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rush /rʌʃ/ verb

یورش کردن، حمله کردن، (گ.ش). نی بوریا، بوریا، انواع گیاهان خانواده سمار، یک پر کاه، جزئی، حمله، یورش، حرکت شدید، ازدحام مردم، جوی، جویبار، هجوم بردن، برسر چیزی پریدن، کاری را با عجله و اشتیاق انجام دادن، علوم نظامی: هجوم با عجله
ارسال ایمیل
- hurry, bolt, career, dash, fly, hasten, race, run, shoot, speed, tear
- push, hurry, hustle, press
- attack, charge, storm
- hurry, charge, dash, haste, race, scramble, stampede, surge
- attack, assault, charge, onslaught
- hasty, fast, hurried, quick, rapid, swift, urgent
Related Idioms: go off half-cocked, not look before one leaps
Related Words: hasten, hurry, speed, dart, fly, scud, break
English Thesaurus: hurry, rush, dash, in a hurry/in a rush, get a move on/get moving, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. rush1 S2 W3 /rʌʃ/ verb
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: ruser 'to drive back, deceive', from Latin recusare; RECUSE]

1. MOVE QUICKLY [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to move very quickly, especially because you need to be somewhere very soon Synonym : hurry:
A small girl rushed past her.
Mo rushed off down the corridor.

2. rush to do something to do something very quickly and without delay:
I rushed to pack my suitcase before she came back.
He rushed to help his comrade.

3. DO SOMETHING TOO QUICKLY [intransitive and transitive] to do or decide something too quickly, especially so that you do not have time to do it carefully or well:
He does not intend to rush his decision.
rush into
I’m not rushing into marriage again.
rush through
She rushed through her script.
rush it/things
When we first met, neither of us wanted to rush things.

4. TAKE/SEND URGENTLY [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to take or send someone or something somewhere very quickly, especially because of an unexpected problem
rush somebody/something to something
The Red Cross rushed medical supplies to the war zone.
Dan was rushed to hospital with serious head injuries.

5. MAKE SOMEBODY HURRY [transitive] to try to make someone do something more quickly than they want to:
I’m sorry to rush you, but we need a decision by Friday.
rush somebody into (doing) something
They felt they were being rushed into choosing a new leader.

6. LIQUID [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if water or another liquid rushes somewhere, it moves quickly:
Water rushed through the gorge.

7. BLOOD blood rushes to sb’s face/cheeks used to say that someone’s face becomes red because they feel embarrassed:
I felt the blood rush to my face as I heard my name.

8. ATTACK [transitive] to attack a person or place suddenly and in a group:
They rushed the guard and stole his keys.

a) [transitive] to give parties for students, have meetings etc, in order to decide whether to let them join your fraternity or sorority (=type of club)
b) [intransitive and transitive] to go through the process of trying to be accepted into one of these clubs

10. AMERICAN FOOTBALL [intransitive and transitive] to carry the ball forward

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. rush2 noun
[Sense 1-6, 7-8: Date: 1300-1400; Origin: rush1]
[Sense 6: Language: Old English; Origin: risc]

1. FAST MOVEMENT [singular] a sudden fast movement of things or people
rush of air/wind/water
She felt a cold rush of air as she wound down her window.
in a rush
Her words came out in a rush.
At five past twelve there was a mad rush to the dinner hall.

2. HURRY [singular, uncountable] a situation in which you need to hurry:
I knew there would be a last-minute rush to meet the deadline.
Don’t worry, there’s no rush. We don’t have to be at the station until 10.
do something in a rush (=do something quickly because you need to hurry)
I had to do my homework in a rush because I was late.
be in a rush
I’m sorry, I can’t talk now – I’m in a rush.

3. BUSY PERIOD the rush the time in the day, month, year etc when a place or group of people is particularly busy ⇒ peak:
The café is quiet until the lunchtime rush begins.
the Christmas rushrush hour

4. PEOPLE WANTING SOMETHING [singular] a situation in which a lot of people suddenly try to do or get something
rush on
There’s always a rush on swimsuits in the hot weather.
rush to do something
the rush to put computers in all schoolsgold rush

5. FEELING [singular]
a) informal a sudden strong, usually pleasant feeling that you get from taking a drug or from doing something exciting ⇒ high:
The feeling of power gave me such a rush.
an adrenalin rush
b) rush of anger/excitement/gratitude etc a sudden very strong feeling of anger etc:
I felt a rush of excitement when she arrived.
A rush of jealousy swept through her.

6. PLANT [countable usually plural] a type of tall grass that grows in water, often used for making baskets

7. FILM rushes [plural] the first prints of a film before it has been edited Synonym : dailies American English

8. AMERICAN STUDENTS [uncountable] American English the time when students in American universities who want to join a fraternity or sorority (=type of club) go to a lot of parties in order to try to be accepted:
rush week

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. sudden quick movement
ADJ. headlong, sudden
PREP. ~ for The film ended, and there was a rush for the exits.
~ of A rush of water came from the burst pipe.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. busy period
ADJ. awful, great, mad, tearing | sudden | last-minute | Christmas
RUSH + NOUN decision | job You can see that the painting was a rush job.
hour During the rush hour the journey may take up to twice as long.
PREP. in a ~ I've been in a mad rush all day.
~ for a last-minute rush for tickets
~ of a sudden rush of tourist traffic
PHRASES have a rush on We've had a rush on at the office, dealing with the backlog of orders.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. headlong, madly a train rushing headlong down the track
immediately | suddenly | about, around, back, home, in, off, out, over, past She was rushing around madly looking for her bag.
PREP. along, from, into, out of, through, to, etc. A surge of joy rushed through her body. He was rushed to hospital.
PHRASES come/go rushing Two men came rushing into the room.
rush to sb's/the rescue Whenever her little brother was upset, Jane rushed to the rescue.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: bum's rush

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of English Phrases

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