run late

run late

To be behind schedule; to be a bit late. Typically used in the continuous tense. Are you ready to leave yet? We're already running behind! Their newest project has apparently started running behind, with the estimated release date moving to Spring of next year.
See also: late, run
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Today's meetings in Samastipur (Bihar), Balasore (Orissa) & Sangamner (Maharashta) will run late. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Though it was not clear exactly when the injury occurred, Trubisky seemed in pain following a 5-yard run late in the Bears' 25-20 victory.
At present, many trains, including premier services such as Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi, run late on a regular basis.
The Phoenix were in control mostly in the first two quarters until the Saints decided to put up a fight, sparking 9-0 run late in the second period.
NEARLY half of trains run late to and from the region, new figures show.
The visiting Jazz trailed by nine at halftime before a 12-2 run late in the third gave them a brief 76-75 lead.
"If your meeting runs late, we'll run late with you," Stem said.
The Freedman Foundation Program was run late last year, with CYCA members again hosting students from many outer suburbs schools, most of whom have never sailed before.
He was checked early and could not gain a clear run late Thought for the week Anyone else feel sorry for the connections of Prince Of Thebes at Sandown?
The coffin's a bit of a mystery - I know buses can run late but how long did they think they would have to wait?
However, beware the reverse movement of Mercury, he will delay your travel, drain your mobile phone and cause that meeting to run late. Beat it by being punctual, organised and not that bothered.
Three out of five trains on the route run late on some days.
Receptionists often assume it's better to squeeze them in early, while you're still running on time, but doing that guarantees you will run late, and it isn't fair to patients who have appointments and expect to be seen promptly Work-ins expect a wait because they have no appointment.
Most events will start at 5.30pm and run late into the evening.
Opposition councils have asked for the collection service to be expanded but the idea has been binned on the grounds that lorries would run late and waste plastic would have to be washed before collection.