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rush1 US English

Move with urgent haste

rush2 US English

A marsh or waterside plant with slender stemlike pith-filled leaves, widely distributed in temperate areas. Some kinds are used for matting, chair seats, and baskets, and some were formerly used for strewing on floors

bum-rush US English

Suddenly force or barge one’s way into

rush hour US English

A time during each day when traffic is at its heaviest

gold rush US English

A rapid movement of people to a newly discovered goldfield. The first major gold rush, to California in 1848–49, was followed by others in the US, Australia (1851–53), South Africa (1884), and Canada (Klondike, 1897–98)

scouring rush US English

A horsetail with a very rough, ridged stem, formerly used for scouring and polishing

flowering rush US English

A tall rushlike plant with long narrow leaves and pinkish flowers, living in shallow slow-moving water. Native to Eurasia, it has become established in North America

kick-and-rush US English

Denoting soccer played vigorously but with little skill

give someone the bum's rush US English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering

give someone the bum's rush in bum1 US English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering

inrush US English

The sudden arrival or entry of something

rush something out in rush1 US English

Produce and distribute something, or put something up for sale, very quickly

bulrush US English

another term for cattail.

fools rush in where angels fear to tread US English

People without good sense or judgment will have no hesitation in tackling a situation that even the wisest would avoid

fools rush in where angels fear to tread in fool1 US English

People without good sense or judgment will have no hesitation in tackling a situation that even the wisest would avoid

flowering rush in rush2 US English

Used in names of plants of wet habitats that are similar to rushes, e.g., flowering rush

give someone or get the bum's rush in bum1 US English

Forcibly eject someone (or be forcibly ejected) from a place or gathering

rush US Thesaurus

she rushed home

rush English-Spanish

prisa feminine, apuro masculineLatin America/América Latina

gold rush English-Spanish

fiebre feminine del oro

rush into English-Spanish

don't rush into anything

rush out English-Spanish

sacar* rápidamente

rush hour English-Spanish

hora feminine pico Latin America/América Latina, hora feminine punta Spain/España

rush job English-Spanish

I can't take on any rush jobs at the moment

adrenaline rush English-Spanish

subidón masculineSpain/Españacolloquial/familiar

rush out English-Spanish

sacar* rápidamente

rush into English-Spanish

don't rush into anything

rush mat in rush English-Spanish

estera feminine

don't rush! in rush English-Spanish

¡con calma!, ¡despacio!

don't rush me in rush English-Spanish

no me metas prisa, no me apures Latin America/América Latina

a rush of air in rush English-Spanish

una ráfaga de aire

a rush of water in rush English-Spanish

un torrente de agua

the Christmas rush in rush English-Spanish

el gran movimiento del período de las fiestas de fin de año en los comercios

a rush of orders in rush English-Spanish

una avalancha de pedidos

what's (all) the rush? in rush English-Spanish

¿a qué viene tanta prisa?, ¿que prisa hay?, ¿qué apuro hay?

I'm in a real rush in rush English-Spanish

tengo mucha prisa, ando

you'll have to rush in rush English-Spanish

vas a tener que darte prisa

there's no need to rush in rush English-Spanish

no hay prisa, no hay apuro

don't rush to conclusions in rush English-Spanish

no te precipites a sacar conclusiones

don't rush into anything in rush English-Spanish

no te precipites, no tomes ninguna decisión precipitada

don't rush into anything in rush into English-Spanish

no te precipites, no tomes ninguna decisión precipitada

to do something in a rush in rush English-Spanish

hacer* algo deprisa y corriendo


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