rushed

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} acele et

Tom kapıyı açmak için acele etti. - Tom rushed to open the door.

Sami, Leyla'yı okuldan almak için acele etti. - Sami rushed to pick up Layla from school.

acele edilmiş
acele etmek
rush
{f} acele etmek

Ben hiçbir şeye acele etmek istemedim. - I didn't want to rush into anything.

Ben acele etmek için herhangi bir neden görmüyorum. - I don't see any reason for rushing.

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acele ettirmek

Seni acele ettirmek istemiyorum ama bir sonraki otobüsü yakalamaya çalışalım. - I don't want to rush you, but let's try to catch the next bus.

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acele

O, aceleyle yemeğe alışkındır. - He is used to eating in a rush.

Acele etmeye gerek yok. - There's no need to rush.

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telaş etmek
rush
{f} koşturmak
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{i} telaş

Tom genellikle telaş içerisinde yemek yer. - Tom usually eats in a rush.

rushed into
daldı
rushed out
dışarı fırladım

Neler olduğunu görmek için dışarı fırladım. - I rushed out to see what was going on.

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{f} sıkıştırmak
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{i} koşuşturma

Sabahleyin bir koşuşturmadan kaçınmak için bugün biraz geç saatlere kadar çalışacağım. - Today I'm working a little late so as to avoid a rush in the morning.

Sabah koşuşturmacası şimdi zirvede. - The morning rush is at its peak now.

rush
{i} koşma
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{i} kızarıklık
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kızartı
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{f} şiddetli esmek
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{i} acele etme

Acele etmene rağmen, sen hazır değilsin. - Although you rushed, you're not ready.

Acele etmeye gerek yok. - There's no need to rush.

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{i} akın
rush
{i} toplanma
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istek
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üstüne çullanmak
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akın yapmak
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alacalı
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talep
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hız
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furya
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saldırış
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koşuşturmak
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tullanmak
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itip
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aceleyle/baştansavma yapmak
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sıkboğaz etmek
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atılmak
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saldırı
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{f} acele et

Acele etmene rağmen, sen hazır değilsin. - Although you rushed, you're not ready.

Evlenmek için acele etmeyin. - Don't rush into marriage.

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rağbet
rush
seğirtmek
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hamle
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aşıkmak
rush
hasırotu
be rushed out
dışarı aceleye getirilmemesi
rush
{i} sıçrama
be rushed
sıkboğaz edilmek
be rushed
acele ettirilmek
be rushed
sıkıştırılmak
be rushed for time
zamanı olmamak
be rushed for time
zamana sıkışmak
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{i} saz
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koşmak
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hücum

Herkes bana doğru hücum etti. - Everybody rushed towards me.

Altına hücûm burada başladı. - The gold rush began here.

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{f} üstüne atılmak
rush
{f} düşünmeden girişmek
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kazıklamak
rush
saldırma
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hızlı akmak
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acele ile göndermek
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yetiştirmek

Onu hastaneye yetiştirmek zorundayız. O fena halde yaralı. - We have to rush him to the hospital. He's badly injured.

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fasa fiso
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çabucak halletmek
rush
hücum etmek
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kur
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{f} saldırmak
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aceleleştirmek
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atılma
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üşüşme
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{f} aceleye getirmek

Biz bunu aceleye getirmek istemiyoruz. - We don't want to rush it.

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(Tıp) Hız hücum (kan, vs.) hızlı hareket
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kakma
rush
önemsiz şey
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düşüncesizce hamle yapmak
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{f} aceleyle yapmak
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{f} asılmak [amer.]
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{f} kur yapmak [amer.]
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Amerikan futbolunda topu koltuğuna alıp koşmak
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(Askeri) HÜCUM: Tesirli tüfek ateşi altında düşmana doğru ilerlerken, piyadelerin çabuk ve kısa koşusu
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{f} kazıklamak [brit.]
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asılmak
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kur yapmak
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kofa
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{f} hızla akmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Very busy

I was so rushed today, I didn't have time to eat lunch.

Simple past tense and past participle of rush
{s} hurried, performed quickly, done hastily
done under pressure; "a rush job"
past of rush
Abounding or covered with rushes
rushed behind
A behind (1 point score) made when the ball passes through the goal posts or behind posts not from the foot of the attacking team; ie. either spilled off hands or deliberately carried through by the defenders
rushed behinds
plural form of rushed behind
rushed in
jumped in, leaped ahead, led, pushed his way into the first place
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An English occupational surname for someone who made things from rushes
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Performed with, or requiring urgency or great haste, or done under pressure

rush job.

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A surge

A rush of business can be difficult to handle effectively for its unexpected volume.

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To transport or carry quickly

The shuttle rushes passengers from the station to the airport.

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A rapid, noisy flow

a rush of footsteps.

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The act of running at another player to block or disrupt play

a rush on the quaterback.

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A regulated period of recruitment in fraternities and sororities

rush week.

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General haste

Many errors were made in the rush to finish.

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A sudden attack; an onslaught
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A sudden, brief exhilaration, for instance the pleasurable sensation produced by a stimulant

The rollercoaster gave me a rush.

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To cause to move or act with unusual haste

Don't rush your client or he may withdraw.

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To swiftly attach to without warning
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To hurry; to perform a task with great haste

rush one's dinner.

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To run directly at another player in order to block or disrupt play
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{n} a violent course, plant, worthless thing
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{v} to pass or move with violence
be rushed out
(deyim) Bir şey aceleye getirilmek
be rushed out
(deyim) If a document or product is rushed out, it is produced very quickly

1. A statement was rushed out... 2. Studios are rushing out monster movies to take advantage of our new-found enthusiasm for dinosaurs.

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act or move at high speed; "We have to rush!"; "hurry--it's late!"
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A surge of pleasure that rapidly follows administration of some drugs
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Marsh- or sea grass (particularly of the genera Juncus and Scirpus) with cylindrical, often hollow stems, which are used in bottoming chairs and plaiting mats
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The sensation of a drug suddenly taking effect
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If you rush someone or something to a place, you take them there quickly. We got an ambulance and rushed her to hospital We'll rush it round today if possible
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To enter into something with undue haste and eagerness, or without due deliberation and preparation; as, to rush business or speculation
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a sudden forceful flow physician and Revolutionary American leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813) grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems urge to an unnatural speed; "Don't rush me, please!"
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grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems
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If air or liquid rushes somewhere, it flows there suddenly and quickly. Water rushes out of huge tunnels Rush is also a noun. A rush of air on my face woke me
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If you rush something, you do it in a hurry, often too quickly and without much care. You can't rush a search Instead of rushing at life, I wanted something more meaningful. + rushed rushed The report had all the hallmarks of a rushed job
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the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
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(American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line; "the linebackers were ready to stop a rush"
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A single ball stroke in which the striker's ball roquets another ball and causes it to move some distance
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A program (and period of time) of membership recruitment by Greek organizations Rush is primarily a process for exchanging information: Fraternity and sorority members give information about their respective organizations to potential new members (Rushees) The Rushees give information about themselves and inquire about the missions, philosophies, financial obligations, Alumni opportunities and membership commitment of the organization that he or she is Rushing It is an active process on both sides to ensure that new members are properly matched with a Greek Letter Organization (GLO) Every fraternity is not for every potential new member and vice versa
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The act of running with the ball
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cause to occur rapidly; "the infection precipitated a high fever and allergic reactions"
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If you experience a rush of a feeling, you suddenly experience it very strongly. A rush of pure affection swept over him
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attack suddenly step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
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The print of the camera footage from one day's shooting Also called daily
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a running play; also, a pass rush
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urge to an unnatural speed; "Don't rush me, please!"
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A rapid movement of the puck, by one or more players, into the attacking zone and toward the opposition's goal cage As a verb, to make a rush
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To push or urge forward with impetuosity or violence; to hurry forward
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If people rush to do something, they do it as soon as they can, because they are very eager to do it. Russian banks rushed to buy as many dollars as they could
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The merest trifle; a straw
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step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
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The rush is a period of time when many people go somewhere or do something. The shop's opening coincided with the Christmas rush
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If you are rushed off your feet, you are extremely busy. We used to be rushed off our feet at lunchtimes. Any of several flowering plants distinguished by cylindrical stalks or hollow, stemlike leaves. They are found in temperate regions, particularly in moist or shady locations. The rush family (Juncaceae) includes the genera Juncus, the common rushes, and Luzula, the wood rushes. In many parts of the world, common rushes are woven into chair bottoms, mats, and basketwork, while rush pith serves as wicks in open oil lamps and tallow candles (rushlights). Other rushes include the bulrush (family Typhaceae), the horsetail (or scouring rush), the flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus, family Butomaceae), and the sweet rush, or sweet flag (Acorus calamus, arum family). scouring rush gold rush Klondike gold rush Rush Benjamin Rush Richard Rushing Jimmy James Andrew Rushing
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{f} hurry, make haste; act or move quickly; cause to hurry
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Any of several stiff aquatic or marsh plants of the genus Juncus having hollow or pithy stems and small flowers
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To flow rapidly or noisily
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A rush is an extremely good time condensed into a few minutes
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the activities organized by social groups to acquaint students with their organization
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Not worth a rush Worthless The allusion is to the practice of strewing floors with rushes before carpets were invented Distinguished guests had clean fresh rushes, but those of inferior grade had either the rushes which had been already used by their superiors, or none at all The more modern expression is “Not worth a straw ” “Strangers have green rushes, when daily guests are not worth a rush ”- Lilly: Sappho and Phaon Friar Rush Will-o'-the-Wisp; a strolling demon, who once on a time got admittance into a monastery as a scullion, and played the monks divers pranks (See Friar's Lanthorn )
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To move forward with impetuosity, violence, and tumultuous rapidity or haste; as, armies rush to battle; waters rush down a precipice
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a sudden forceful flow
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A sudden forward motion
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To run from the scrimmage line with the ball
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cause to move fast or to rush or race; "The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze"
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To move at a desired objective (typically an enemy's PowerCell or RepairPad) very quickly, concentrating only upon the objective and ignoring all other threats See Rushing
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a program (and period of time) of membership recruitment by Greek organizations
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a sudden burst of activity; "come back after the rush"
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Rush is the time when undergraduates may become acquainted with and may be selected for membership to a sorority or fraternity Second semester freshmen may participate provided that they have at least a 2 0 G P A and have completed at least 12 credit hours at the University of Delaware
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If you rush into something or are rushed into it, you do it without thinking about it for long enough. He will not rush into any decisions They had rushed in without adequate appreciation of the task Ministers won't be rushed into a response Don't rush him or he'll become confused. + rushed rushed At no time did I feel rushed or under pressure
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A member of the plant FAMILY Juncaceae
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If you rush somewhere, you go there quickly. A schoolgirl rushed into a burning flat to save a man's life I've got to rush. Got a meeting in a few minutes Shop staff rushed to get help
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(American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line; "the linebackers were ready to stop a rush" a sudden burst of activity; "come back after the rush" a sudden forceful flow physician and Revolutionary American leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813) grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems urge to an unnatural speed; "Don't rush me, please!" act or move at high speed; "We have to rush!"; "hurry--it's late!" attack suddenly step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street" run with the ball, in football
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To recite (a lesson) or pass (an examination) without an error
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If you rush something or someone, you move quickly and forcefully at them, often in order to attack them. They rushed the entrance and forced their way in Tom came rushing at him from another direction
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A period of time when students participate in parties and activities to get to know the members of Greek organizations on campus Greek organizations hold rush to meet possible new members See Greek Organizations
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A rusher; as, the center rush, whose place is in the center of the rush line; the end rush
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A dialect of the language PL/1
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done under pressure; "a rush job"
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The period of time for membership recruitment by Greek organizations An opportunity for non-Greek students to learn about individual organizations and their membership
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physician and Revolutionary American leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813)
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grass-like plant that forms dense clumps, mostly in wet areas Needle-like stems are cylindrical or flattened, hollow and green
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1) Any of a large number of reed-like aquatic and semi-aquatic perennial herbs of the genus Juncus, such as the Common Rush (Juncus effusus) 2) Lakes which take their name from this common plant (Rush, Rush, Little Rush)
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run with the ball, in football
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To move the ball by running instead of passing
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{i} speed, haste; sudden increase in activity or speed; any species of marsh grass from the genus Juncus
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To make a swift or sudden attack
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not accepting reservations
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A moving forward with rapidity and force or eagerness; a violent motion or course; as, a rush of troops; a rush of winds; a rush of water
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trying to tackle or hurry a quarterback before he can throw a pass
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Great activity with pressure; as, a rush of business
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A period of time, generally early in the semester, where undergraduates interested in a Fraternity are able to meet with the members, learn more about the organization, and receive an invitation to join a Greek organization (a bid)
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A player who wins a large number of pots in a short period of time is said to be on a rush Some players feel superstitiously that a rush is an independent entity, and will "play their rush" or "bet their rush" after winning a few pots - play looser and more aggressively, or just be certain to play out each hand until the rush ends Sometimes this isn't such a bad idea if the other players at the table are superstitious as well and will fold I was down about $500 after two hours of bad beats, but then I went on a monster rush and made it all back in three hands
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attack suddenly
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The stem of such plants used in making baskets, mats, the seats of chairs, etc
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the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner; "in his haste to leave he forgot his book"
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A name given to many aquatic or marsh-growing endogenous plants with soft, slender stems, as the species of Juncus and Scirpus
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To dribble rapidly
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A rush is a situation in which you need to go somewhere or do something very quickly. The men left in a rush It was all rather a rush
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A perfect recitation
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If there is a rush for something, many people suddenly try to get it or do it. Record stores are expecting a huge rush for the single
was rushed to the hospital
was taken quickly to the hospital due to a sudden medical emergency
rushed

    التركية النطق

    rʌşt

    النطق

    /ˈrəsʜt/ /ˈrʌʃt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (verb.) 14th century. Middle English russhen, from Middle French ruser to put to flight, repel, deceive, from Latin recusare to refuse; more at RECUSANT.

    رصف المشتركة

    rushed out

    فيديوهات

    ... as we did in the Philippines Marines and civilians rushed ...

    كلمة اليوم

    cacography
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