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rush /rʌʃ/
  • danh từ
    • (thông tục) cây bấc
    • vật vô giá trị
      • not worth a rush: không có giá trị gì; không đáng đồng kẽm
      • don't care a rush: cóc cần gì cả
  • danh từ
    • sự xông lên; sự cuốn đi (của dòng nước)
      • to make a rush at someone: xông vào ai
      • to be swept by the rush of the river: bị nước sông cuốn đi
    • sự đổ xô vào (đi tìm vàng, mua một cái gì...)
      • rush of armaments: sự chạy đua vũ trang
    • sự vội vàng, sự gấp
      • to have a rush for something done: vội làm cho xong việc gì
    • sự dồn lên đột ngột
      • a rush of blood to the head: sự dồn máu đột ngột lên đầu
    • luồng (hơi)
      • a rush of air: một luồng không khí
    • (quân sự) cuộc tấn công ồ ạt
      • to cary the ciadel with a rush: tấn công ào ạt chiếm thành
    • (thể dục,thể thao) sự phối hợp (của nhiều cầu thủ) dắt bóng lao lên tấn công (bóng đá)
    • (định ngữ) vội gấp, cấp bách
      • rush work: (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) công việc gấp
  • nội động từ
    • xông lên, lao vào
      • to rush forward: xông lên
    • đổ xô tới
    • vội vã đi gấp
      • to rush to a conclusion: vội đi đến kết luận
    • chảy mạnh, chảy dồn
      • blood rushes to face: máu dồn lên mặt
    • xuất hiện đột ngột
    • ngoại động từ
      • xô, đẩy
        • to rush someone out of the room: xô người nào ra khỏi phòng
      • (quân sự) đánh chiếm ào ạt
        • the enemy post was rushed: đồn địch bị đánh chiếm ào ạt
      • (từ lóng) chém, lấy giá cắt cổ
      • gửi đi gấp, đưa đi gấp; đưa thông qua vội vã
        • the reinforcements were rushed to the front: các toán quân tiếp viện được đưa gấp ra mặt trận
        • to rush a bill through Parliament: đưa thông qua vội vã một dự luật ở nghị viện
      • tăng lên đột ngột
        • to rush up the prices: tăng giá hàng lên đột ngột
    Concise Dictionary
    rushes|rushed|rushingrʌʃ
    noun
    +the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner
    +a sudden forceful flow
    +grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems
    +physician and American Revolutionary leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813)
    +the swift release of a store of affective force
    +a sudden burst of activity
    +(American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line
    verb
    +step on it
    +attack suddenly
    +urge to an unnatural speed
    +act or move at high speed
    +run with the ball, in football
    +cause to move fast or to rush or race
    +cause to occur rapidly
    adj.
    +not accepting reservations
    +done under pressure

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 hurry (up), hasten, run, race, hustle, bustle, make haste, dash, speed, scurry, scramble, scoot, jump, sprint, scamper, scuttle, Colloq move (it), hotfoot (it), skedaddle, step on it, make it snappy, US hightail (it), step on the gas, Slang get moving, get cracking, get a wiggle on, go like a bat out of hell, shake a leg:
    If you want the job, you'll have to rush to send in your application. Don't rush - there's plenty for everyone
    2 attack, assault, charge, storm, blitz:
    If we rush them, we might take them by surprise.
    n.
    3 hurry, haste, hustle, bustle, dash, speed, turmoil, turbulence, flurry, commotion, ferment, pother, ado, to-do, excitement, pell-mell, harum-scarum:
    What's the rush?
    4 surge, sensation, thrill, charge:
    I felt a rush of pleasure when I saw her coming down the street.
    adj.
    5 urgent, hurry-up, exigent, high-priority, top-priority, emergency:
    This is a rush job that must be completed today.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    move fast
    1 to move or to do sth with great speed, often too fast: [V, usually +adv./prep.] We've got plenty of time; there's no need to rush. + the sound of rushing water + Don't rush off, I haven't finished. + I've been rushing around all day trying to get everything done. + The children rushed out of school. + My college years seemed to rush past. + People rushed to buy shares in the company. + [VN] We had to rush our meal.
    take / send quickly
    2 to transport or send sb/sth somewhere with great speed: [VN, +adv./prep.] Ambulances rushed the injured to the hospital. + Relief supplies were rushed in. [also VNN]
    do sth too quickly
    3 ~ (sb) (into sth / into doing sth) to do sth or to make sb do sth without thinking about it carefully: [V] We don't want to rush into having a baby. + [VN] Don't rush me. I need time to think about it. + I'm not going to be rushed into anything.
    attack
    4 [VN] to try to attack or capture sb/sth suddenly: A group of prisoners rushed an officer and managed to break out. + Fans rushed the stage after the concert.
    in american football
    5 [VN] (AmE) to run into sb who has the ball
    6 [V] (AmE) to move forward and gain ground by carrying the ball and not passing it
    in american colleges
    7 [VN] (AmE) to give a lot of attention to sb, especially to a student because you want them to join your FRATERNITY or SORORITY: He is being rushed by Sigma Nu and Phi Delta.
    Idioms see FOOT n.
    Phrasal Verbs: rush sth<->out to produce sth very quickly: The editors rushed out an item on the crash for the late news. + Thousands of copies of the CD have been rushed out in time for Christmas.
    rush sth<->through
    rush sth through sth to deal with official business very quickly by making the usual process shorter than usual: to rush a bill through Parliament + The product was rushed through without adequate safety testing.
    + noun
    fast movement
    1 [sing.] a sudden movement forward made by a lot of people or things: Shoppers made a rush for the exits. + She was trampled in the rush to get out. + They listened to the rush of the sea below. + (figurative) They made desperate attempts to halt the headlong rush into war.
    hurry
    2 [sing., U] a situation in which you are in a hurry and need to do things quickly: I can't stop-I'm in a rush. + What's the rush? + 'I'll let you have the book back tomorrow.' 'There's no rush.' + The words came out in a rush. + The note looked like it had been written in a rush. + I'm not in any rush to get back to work. + The trip to Paris was all a mad rush. + a rush job (= one that has been done quickly)
    busy situation
    3 [sing.] a situation in which people are very busy and there is a lot of activity: Book now and avoid the last-minute rush. + The evening rush was just starting. + the Christmas rush
    of feeling
    4 [sing.] ~ (of sth) a sudden increase in the amount of sth
    Synonym: SURGE
    She felt a rush of blood to her cheeks. + a rush of adrenalin + The door blew open, letting in a rush of cold air.
    5 [sing.] ~ (of sth) a sudden strong feeling or emotion: a sudden rush of excitement / fear / anger
    sudden demand
    6 [sing.] ~ (on / for sth) a sudden large demand for goods, etc: There's been a rush on umbrellas this week.
    See also - GOLD RUSH
    plant
    7 [C, usually pl.] a tall plant like grass that grows near water. Its long thin stems can be dried and used for making baskets, the seats of chairs, etc: rush matting
    of film / movie
    8 (rushes) [pl.] (technical) the first prints of a film/movie before they have been EDITED
    in american colleges
    9 [sing.] (AmE) the time when parties are held for students who want to join a FRATERNITY or SORORITY: rush week + a rush party
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 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.

    2 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.



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