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runner's

noun zero derivation
Are a pair of running shoes or tennis shoes that are specifically meant for long distance running. Runner's refer to a particular type of running shoe that have and specialize in either support, cushioning or stability.
 
Runner's are used to refer to running shoes worn by athletes and runner's or people who are highly involved in the running community. This term is mainly used in Canada and not found normally in the U.S. It is used
Etymology : Runner's comes from the word run, which comes from Old English 'rinnan' which is to flow, or to run. Runner's comes from naming an object after the action of running.
Source : "I just bought a new pair of nike runner's" Conversation with friends from Canada, June 2007.
Last modified: 3 December 2008


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