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rush

US [rʌʃ]
UK [rʌʃ]
  • n.冲;匆忙;仓促;繁忙
  • v.迅速移动;急促;快速运输;速送
  • adj.〈美〉猛冲的;赶紧完成[执行]的(命令等)
  • Web奔跑;冲击;匆匆
Simple Present:rushes  Present Participle:rushing  Past Tense:rushed  
Rush
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v.
快速移动move fast
1.
[i][t]
迅速移动;急促to move or to do sth with great speed, often too fast
We've got plenty of time; there's no need to rush.
我们还有很多时间,用不着太急促。
the sound of rushing water
湍急的水声
Don't rush off, I haven't finished.
别急着走哇,我还没说完呢。
I've been rushing around all day trying to get everything done.
我一整天都四下忙活,想把所有的事都做完。
People rushed to buy shares in the company.
人们争着抢购该公司的股票。
We had to rush our meal.
我们只好匆匆忙忙地吃饭。
迅速带走╱送出take/send quickly
2.
[t]
~ sb/sth + adv./prep..~ sb sth
快速运输;速送to transport or send sb/sth somewhere with great speed
Ambulances rushed the injured to the hospital.
救护车迅速将伤者送往医院。
Relief supplies were rushed in.
救援物资很快就运来了。
仓促行事do sth too quickly
3.
[i][t]
(使)仓促行事,匆忙行事,做事草率to do sth or to make sb do sth without thinking about it carefully
We don't want to rush into having a baby.
我们不急着要孩子。
Don't rush me. I need time to think about it.
别催我,我需要时间考虑一下。
I'm not going to be rushed into anything.
我不会受人催促草率地做事。
攻击attack
4.
[t]
~ sb/sth
突袭;突击抓捕to try to attack or capture sb/sth suddenly
A group of prisoners rushed an officer and managed to break out.
一伙囚犯突然袭击狱警,越狱了。
Fans rushed the stage after the concert.
音乐会结束后乐迷一下子涌向舞台。
美式足球in American football
5.
[t]
~ sb
突袭,冲向(持球人)to run into sb who has the ball
6.
[i]
带(球)奔跑;跑动带(球)to move forward and gain ground by carrying the ball and not passing it
美国大学in American colleges
7.
[t]
~ sb
(为物色、招募目的)特别关注,非常关心to give a lot of attention to sb, especially to a student because you want them to join your fraternity or sorority
He is being rushed by Sigma Nu.
* Σ N 联谊会正在拉拢他。
n.
迅速移动fast movement
1.
[sing]
猛烈移动;冲a sudden strong movement
Shoppers made a rush for the exits.
购物者冲向出口。
She was trampled in the rush to get out.
她在大伙儿往外冲的时候被人踩了。
They listened to the rush of the sea below.
他们听着下面汹涌澎湃的海浪声。
The door blew open, letting in a rush of cold air.
门被风刮开了,一股冷风吹了进来。
He had a rush of blood to the head and punched the man.
他一时冲动,挥拳打了那个男人。
匆忙hurry
2.
[sing][u]
匆忙;仓促a situation in which you are in a hurry and need to do things quickly
I can't stop─I'm in a rush .
我不能停下来,我忙着呢。
What's the rush?
干吗这么急匆匆的?
‘I'll let you have the book back tomorrow.’ ‘ There's no rush .’
“我明天就把书还给你。”“不用着急。”
The words came out in a rush .
那些话一股脑儿都出来了。
a rush job(= one that has been done quickly)
仓促做完的活儿
忙碌busy situation
3.
[sing]
忙碌;繁忙a situation in which people are very busy and there is a lot of activity
The evening rush was just starting.
繁忙的夜晚才刚开始。
the Christmas rush
圣诞节前的忙碌
感觉of feeling
4.
[sing]
~ (of sth)
迸发的情绪;情绪迸发a sudden strong emotion or sign of strong emotion
a sudden rush of excitement/fear/anger
突然感到的兴奋╱恐惧╱愤怒
5.
[sing]
突如其来的极度愉悦(或兴奋)a sudden feeling of extreme pleasure or excitement
Parachuting will give you the rush of a lifetime.
跳伞给你一生难求的刺激感觉。
Users of the drug report experiencing a rush that lasts several minutes.
服用这种药的人说有持续几分钟的亢奋感觉。
急需sudden demand
6.
[sing]
~ (on/for sth)
大量急需;争相抢购a sudden large demand for goods, etc.
There's been a rush on umbrellas this week.
本周出现了抢购雨伞的现象。
植物plant
7.
[c][usupl]
灯芯草(干燥后可用于编制篮子、坐垫等)a tall plant like grass that grows near water. Its long thin stems can be dried and used for making baskets , the seats of chairs, etc.
rush matting
灯芯草编的席子
电影of film/movie
8.
[pl]
样片;毛片the first prints of a film/movie before they have been edited
美式足球in American football
9.
[c]
(向对方持球队员的)突袭an occasion when a player or players run towards a player on the other team who has the ball
There was a rush on the quarterback.
对方球员冲向四分卫。
10.
[c]
跑动带球an occasion when a player runs forward with the ball
Johnson carried the ball an average of 6 yards per rush.
约翰逊跑动带球平均每次行进 6 码。
美国大学in American colleges
11.
[sing]
学生联谊会纳新活动(时间)the time when parties are held for students who want to join a fraternity or sorority
rush week
学生联谊会纳新活动周
a rush party
学生纳新联谊会

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