Definition of 'rush through'
Example sentences containing 'rush through'
The way it was rushed through is a complete disgrace.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But the big banks have claimed the recovery could be wrecked if his plans are rushed through too quickly.The Sun (2011)
When something is rushed through, they tend to make bad laws.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Transfer deadline day is a time when managers scramble to free up funds by shipping out fringe players before rushing through deals to strengthen their squads.The Sun (2011)
Spurs have increased their offer for the West Brom youngster and hope to rush through the deal today.The Sun (2015)
Sports chiefs have noted the way the Government rushed through special changes to Sunday trading laws in time for the summer.The Sun (2012)
Definition of rush through from the Collins English Dictionary
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