I can run, but I cannot walk. Sometimes I have insects hiding inside of me. I can be written in many different languages.
An alternative answer (a bit gross, I am afraid) would be
You are a Nose
You can run but not walk
Especially in winter
You can have insects hiding inside of you
Of course, you can be written in many languages
e.g. the above pun also works in German: "Die Nase läuft"
I'm going with
It runs but does not walk
It also contains many
ticks (as in tick-tock), terrible insects as well
The last one is a bit of a stretch, but it can have
Digital or analog
And the time varies depending on the part of the world you happen to be in
Not sure each of these are languages, but all (or at least most) languages use this device.
a train, I have seen lots of them run but never seen one walk
And of course
how often have you seen various insects hitching a ride, not to mention the roaches that live in the buffet car
And they run all over the world...
and of course they have names in most languages... train, zug, train des voyagers, TGV, Shinkansen, trentino verde etc
You are a person with a GPS using bomb attached to them which will detonate if they move by walking and not running. You run with your mouth open and often inhale live bugs into your lungs. Your issue has been written about people all over the world in different languages.
I'm going with:
I can run, but I cannot walk.
Taps run, when turned on.
Sometimes I have insects hiding inside of me.
spiders can certainly hide in them
I can be written in many different languages.
tap is in English; but there are many other translations; including (but not limited to) faucet for American English