Bedeutung von “rush” — Learner’s Dictionary

rush

verb us uk /rʌʃ/
Extra Examples
I heard a gunshot and rushed into the street.Fire engines rushed to the scene, but it was a false alarm.He was rushed to hospital suffering from severe burns.The noise caused people to rush out into the street.John had to rush home when he heard the news.
HURRY [ I, T ]

B2 to hurry or move quickly somewhere, or to make someone or something hurry or move quickly somewhere:

We rushed out into the street to see what all the noise was.
The UN has rushed medical supplies to the war zone.
[ + to do sth ] We had to rush to catch the bus.
rush to do sth

to do something quickly and enthusiastically:

His friends rushed to congratulate him after the ceremony.
FORCE ACTION [ T ]

to make someone do something more quickly than they want to do it:

[ + into + doing sth ] I refuse to be rushed into making a decision.

(Definition von “rush verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)