There are 2 translations of rush in Spanish:

rush1

Pronunciation: /rʌʃ/

n

  • 1 1.1 (haste) (no plural/sin plural) prisa (feminine), apuro (masculine) (Latin America/América Latina) in all the rush, I forgot my umbrella con la prisa or (Latin America/América Latina) con el apuro, se me olvidó el paraguas what's (all) the rush? ¿a qué viene tanta prisa?, ¿que prisa hay?, ¿qué apuro hay? (Latin America/América Latina) I'm in a real rush tengo mucha prisa, ando or estoy muy apurado (Latin America/América Latina) to do something in a rush hacer* algo deprisa y corriendo or a la(s) carrera(s) or a todo correr we had a terrible rush to get here on time corrimos como locos para llegar a tiempo everything happened in a rush todo pasó de repente is there any rush for the report? ¿corre prisa el informe?, ¿hay apuro por el informe? (Latin America/América Latina)
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    • He also hopes the project will raise standards so that aesthetic appreciation wins out over the rush for quick money.
    • The darkness and heat descend upon you like a heavy black cloak and the mosquitoes suddenly make a rush for any exposed bits of skin.
    • Then, there is the mad rush for ‘complimentary passes’ all over.
    1.2 countable/numerable (movement) a rush of air una ráfaga de aire a rush of water un torrente de agua there was a rush for the exit todo el mundo se precipitó hacia la salida the weekend rush for the coast la desbandada general hacia la playa del fin de semana several people were hurt in the rush varias personas resultaron heridas en el tumulto 1.3 [Sport/Deporte] ataque (masculine); (in US football) carga (feminine)
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    • He is not particularly fast or overpowering, but he has great instincts and never loses sight of the quarterback during the rush.
    • Coaches often have him provide a controlled rush to contain mobile quarterbacks.
    • If he can keep his attitude up, the Cards could really use his ability to make the opposing quarterback worry about the rush.
    1.4 countable/numerable (burst of activity) there's a mad rush on to meet the deadline estamos trabajando como locos tratando de terminar a tiempo [colloquial/familiar] the Christmas rush el gran movimiento del período de las fiestas de fin de año en los comercios an unexpected rush for tickets una repentina demanda de localidades a rush of orders una avalancha de pedidos
  • 2 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable [Botany/Botánica] junco (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) rush mat estera (feminine)
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    • Then the land went down, and there was marsh of rushes and willow and hazel.
    • Baskets are made from palm leaves, rushes, reeds, or wicker.
    • Several sedges and rushes from the marsh grow entangled beneath the shrubs.
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    • On the course students learned how to make papers from plant fibres such as bog rushes, straw, cotton and banana leaf known as abacca.
  • 3
    (rushes plural)
    [Cinema/Cine] fragmentos (masculine plural), rushes (masculine plural)
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    • So in a sense this is a bit like watching rushes in a feature film?
    • ‘I have only seen a few short rushes of the film and I am still not sure how it ends,’ he states in a long interview.
    • Next time we'll get our hands dirty; capturing and editing some footage in Premiere, going from our rushes to a final edited movie, all within the digital realm.

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There are 2 translations of rush in Spanish:

rush2

vi

  • 1.1 (run) (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo) she rushed after him corrió tras él they rushed to the window corrieron a la ventana they came rushing up/down the stairs subieron/bajaron las escaleras corriendo or a todo correr or a toda prisa she rushed in/out entró/salió corriendo he heard the water rushing in/out oyó como el agua entraba/salía rápidamente as soon as I heard, I rushed straight back home en cuanto me enteré, volví a casa corriendo or a todo correr or a toda prisa to rush around o (in British English also/en inglés británico también) about ir* de acá para allá, correr de un lado para otro just a minute: don't rush off! espera un minuto, no salgas corriendo she saw him rush up to the guard lo vio correr a donde estaba el guardia 1.2 (hurry, be hasty) darse* prisa, apurarse (Latin America/América Latina) there's no need to rush no hay prisa, no hay apuro (Latin America/América Latina) don't rush! ¡con calma!, ¡despacio! you'll have to rush vas a tener que darte prisa or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) que apurarte thousands rushed to take advantage of the offer miles de personas corrieron a aprovechar la oferta give yourself time: don't rush at the question tómate el tiempo que necesites, no te precipites a responder la pregunta don't rush to conclusions no te precipites a sacar conclusiones she rushed to his aid corrió en su ayuda the train rushed into the tunnel el tren entró en el túnel a toda velocidad she rushed through the first course se comió el primer plato a todo correr or a la(s) carrera(s) they rushed through the rest of the movement tocaron el resto del movimiento a todo correr or a la(s) carrera(s)
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    • They rushed outside to meet with their comrades who were also perplexed by their findings.
    • We rushed out to move our cars which were parked in the road in front of the house.
    • Instead she rushed past him, moving faster than he could see.
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    • It was not the mutuals that rushed into buying chains of estate agents and had to sell out in a hurry.
    • Increasing quantities of domestic investment has rushed into the field, especially during the last few years, as car sales have skyrocketed.
    • They had the part about attracting attention right, but then too many rushed into the creative process carelessly.
    1.3 (surge, flow) water rushed through the hole el agua entraba/salía con fuerza por el agujero blood rushed to his face (from embarrassment) se puso colorado or como la grana or como un tomate (from anger) se le subió la sangre a la cabeza doubts rushed into his mind lo asaltaron las dudas

vt

  • 1 1.1 [job/preparation] hacer* a todo correr or a la(s) carrera(s), hacer* deprisa y corriendo; [person] meterle prisa a, apurar (Latin America/América Latina) they rush their meals comen a todo correr or a la(s) carrera(s) or deprisa y corriendo don't rush me no me metas prisa, no me apures (Latin America/América Latina) to rush sb into sth/-ing I don't want to be rushed into (making) a decision no quiero que me hagan tomar una decisión precipitada I'm a bit rushed at the moment en este momento estoy muy ocupado 1.2 (send, take hastily) supplies were rushed out to the area se enviaron suministros urgentemente a la zona she was rushed to hospital la trasladaron [formal] or llevaron rápidamente al hospital an attempt to rush the bill through Parliament un intento de acelerar la aprobación del proyecto de ley por el Parlamento please rush me your latest catalog le ruego me remita or me envíe su último catálogo a or con la mayor brevedad (posible) 1.3 (attack) [guards/sentry] abalanzarse* sobre; [enemy positions] asaltar, atacar*
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    • The 1974 act was rushed through the houses of Parliament with a mere seventeen hours of debate.
    • The measure was rushed through Parliament after the violence at the European Championships in June.
    • The control orders were rushed through parliament earlier this month in the face of widespread opposition.

Phrasal verbs

rush into

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
don't rush into anything no te precipites, no tomes ninguna decisión precipitada see also rush2 2 1 1

rush out

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento
[report/edition] sacar* rápidamente

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Word of the day gorra
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Cultural fact of the day

Paradors are a national chain of hotels in Spain designed to give buildings such as former palaces, castles and monasteries a new lease of life and to bring tourism to economically disadvantaged areas. They are often luxurious but relatively inexpensive and emphasize local character and cooking.