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1rush/ˈrʌʃ/verb
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1rush
/ˈrʌʃ/
verb
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Learner's definition of RUSH  
[no object]  : to move or do something very quickly or in a way that shows you are in a hurry
[+ object]  : to cause or force (someone) to do something too quickly — often + into
   b  [no object]  : to do something too quickly and often with little thought, attention, or care — often + into
always followed by an adverb or preposition[no object]  : to flow or move very quickly in a particular direction — often used figuratively
always followed by an adverb or preposition[+ object]  : to bring or send (someone or something) very quickly to a particular place — sometimes used figuratively
[+ object]  : to do (something) quickly in a short period of time
[+ object]  : to run toward (someone or something) very quickly
US [+ object] 
: to go through the process of becoming a member of (a fraternity or sorority)
   b  : to try to get (a student) to join a fraternity or sorority
American football  : to move a football down the field by running with it instead of throwing it
[no object]
[+ object]

rush out

[phrasal verb]
rush (something) out or rush out (something) 
: to produce (something) very quickly
2rush/ˈrʌʃ/noun
pluralrushes
2rush
/ˈrʌʃ/
noun
pluralrushes
Learner's definition of RUSH  
[singular] 
: a quick, strong, or fast movement
   b  : a quick and forceful movement of air, water, etc.
[singular]  : a situation in which someone is doing something very quickly or hurrying
[count]  : a situation in which a large number of people move to or toward one place at the same time usually to do a specific thing or to search for something
— see also gold rush
[count]  : a sudden demand for something by many people
[count]US  : the process of finding new people to join a fraternity or sorority
rushes [plural]  : the first prints of scenes of a film or movie that have not been edited
[count]  : a strong feeling or emotion caused by a drug or by something exciting
— compare 3rush
3rush/ˈrʌʃ/noun
pluralrushes
3rush
/ˈrʌʃ/
noun
pluralrushes
Learner's definition of RUSH  
[count]
: a tall plant similar to grass that grows in wet areas and that is used to make baskets and other things when dried
— compare 2rush
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