run over to

run over to (someone or something)

1. To travel across to where someone or something is very quickly, as by running. Will you run over to Jerry and give him this note? I need to run over to the post office to send this package.
2. To deliver or convey someone or something to someone, something, or some place. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "run" and "over." I need you to run these documents over to the courtroom as soon as possible. I'm just running Timmy over to soccer practice, so I'll pick up milk when I'm on my way home.
See also: over, run

run something over to someone or something

 and run something over
to carry something to someone or something. Would you please run this package over to Mrs. Franklin? Do you know where Bill lives? Please run over this package.
See also: over, run

run over to something

to go to something or some place, running or by any independent mode of transportation. Would you run over to the store and get me some eggs? I have to run over to the bank to cash a check.
See also: over, run