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rush

verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep] (GO/DO QUICKLY) 奔跑     /rʌʃ/
to (cause to) go or do something very quickly (使)急速行进;(使)赶紧;(使)仓促行事;(使)急速做 Whenever I see him, he seems to be rushing (about/around). 我什么时候见到他,他都是匆匆忙忙的。 I rushed up the stairs/to the office/to find a phone. 我飞奔上楼梯/匆匆赶到办公室/赶忙去找电话。 When she turned it upside down the water rushed out. 她把它底朝上翻转过来时,水一下倾泻出来。 [+ to infinitive] We shouldn't rush to blame them. 我们不应该不问青红皂白就责备他们。 You can't rush a job like this. 你不应该这样粗粗地赶活。 The emergency legislation was rushed through Parliament in a morning. 应急法案在一个上午就被议会快速通过了。 Don't rush me! 别催我! The United Nations has rushed medical aid and food to the famine zone. 联合国向发生饥荒的地区紧急提供了医疗援助和食品。 He rushed the children off to school so they wouldn't be late. 他催赶着孩子们快点出门去学校,以免他们迟到。 Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and activeMoving quickly
(Definition of rush verb (GO/DO QUICKLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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