The term runaway comes from the verb runaway: to break or extract the mouth of something; get out of control; grow without moderation or restraint. The first meanings of the concept mentioned by the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) in its dictionary are linked to weapons and tools. See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to Runaway.
A runaway barrel, in this sense, is one whose muzzle is wider than the rest of the bore. A runaway instrument, on the other hand, has a deteriorated or worn mouth.
The idea of runaway, however, is often used colloquially in different ways. A runaway animal, for example, is one that runs without control: “A runaway bull caused a tragedy in a Spanish town”, “The drivers were surprised to find a runaway horse on the avenue”, “How can you stop a runaway elephant? .
Runaway is also what is triggered: that is to say, that shows marked growth: “Political leaders have an obligation to combat the runaway racism that afflicts many regions”, “Runaway inflation causes thousands of people to fall in poverty”, “Unbridled militarism can only cause violence and death”.
In addition to everything indicated, we cannot ignore that this adjective is used to refer to love. Thus, it is common to speak of unbridled love to refer to one that is “crazy”, very passionate, unbridled and seems to have no limits.
On the other hand, it is said that an individual is out of control when he expresses himself in an aggressive, indecent or rude way: “If you keep talking to the boss in that tone, you will lose your job: you are out of control”, “The actor, out of control, harshly criticized to the director of the film”, “A runaway person always causes damage”.
In the field of music, the adjective in question is also used to give title to different compositions. An example of this is the song “Caballo desbocado”, which belongs to and is performed by the heavy metal group Barón Rojo. Specifically, it is part of the record album entitled “Ultimasmentes”, which was published in 2006 and is made up of thirteen songs.
Finally, the notion of runaway appears in the titles of several works: “Love is a runaway colt” by Luis Escobar Kirkpatrick, “Runaway Pleasure” by Ernesto Schoo, “Runaway Horses” by Yukio Mishima and others.
In the same way, in addition to these aforementioned works, we cannot forget others that also include the term that concerns us now in their titles. This would be the case, for example, of the novel “Raging Hearts”, which was published in Spanish in 2016 and is written by JR Ward.
Within the romantic genre is that story that comes to tell how a woman decides to acquire a horse to become champion of the different equestrian competitions. Everyone believes that she has done something crazy, since the animal is truly indomitable, but she trusts him and knows that this is not the case. In addition, she will have the help of a horse specialist, who has a really difficult character and who will steal the protagonist’s heart.