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    #1

    run the stop sign

    jump/make the lights; drive through a red light; run the stop sign

    Are all the above phrases used when we say a person drives through regardless of the red light? And are there any other such phrases?

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    #2

    Re: run the stop sign

    we can also say: "to run a red light"

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    Re: run the stop sign

    In AmE, we also say "he blew through the red light."

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