Focus on the pronunciation of rush
› the state of hurrying somewhere: be in a rush (to do sth) He was in a rush to get to the meeting. In my rush to get home, I left my laptop on my desk.
› a time when a lot of people are leaving one place and going to another, for example leaving work to go to lunch, go home, etc.: the morning/lunchtime/evening rush
› a time when many people try to buy something: a rush for sth The museums offered a bargain family membership, prompting a rush for the ticket counter.a rush on sth There was a rush on disposable cameras.
› a sudden movement towards something: make a rush at/for sth He made a rush at the door. → See also gold rush