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English definition of “rattle through sth”

rattle through sth

informal
verb uk phrasal verb with rattle   /ˈræt.l̩/ us    /ˈræt̬-/
to do or say something very quickly: I'm going to rattle through my work today so that I can go home early. He rattled through the list of countries he had visited.
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