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rush hour

noun [C, U]    
B2 the time when a lot of people are travelling to or from work and so roads and trains are very busy: the morning/evening rush hour I hate driving during the rush hour.Busy and activeHurrying and doing things quicklyDays and times of dayTraffic jams
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