Sinónimos de rush
to move or do very quicklySomeone inside the building rushed out.
Claire hurried along the road.
I excused myself and ran back to the telephone.
They raced away out of sight.
They had almost reached the boat when a figure shot past them.
I flew downstairs.
The car went careering off down the track.
The engine noise rises only slightly as I speed along.
The door flew open and she tore into the room.
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
He sprinted to the car.
More than a million fans are expected to scramble for tickets.
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
She darted away through the trees.
She hastened along the landing to her room.
The attack began, sending residents scurrying for cover.
The crowd stampeded and many were crushed or trampled underfoot.
lose no time,
make short work of,
burn rubber (informal),
The Act was rushed through after a legal loophole was discovered.
They pushed him into the car.
the President's attempt to hurry the process of independence
The government is to accelerate its privatisation programme.
He dispatched his business.
I woke when we started to speed up.
He quickened his pace a little.
As the music stopped, the crowd pressed forward.
The guards hustled Harry out of the car.
We will do all we can to expedite the procedure
to make a sudden attack upon (a person or place)They rushed the entrance.
to come or flow quickly or suddenlyWater rushes out of huge tunnels.
A stream flowed down into the valley.
cisterns to catch rainwater as it ran off the walls
The tears coursed down his cheeks.
Blood was pouring from his broken nose.
Tears streamed down their faces.
The crowd surged out from the church.
A waterfall cascades down the cliff from the hills.
Piping hot water gushed out of the tap.
a sudden quick or violent movementThe explosion caused panic and a mad rush for the doors.
a 160-mile dash to hospital
a running race across the Sahara desert
the scramble for jobs
There was a stampede for the exit.
He was praised for having acted with such expedition.
I was amazed at his speed of working.
He feels we should act with despatch.
the rush not to be late for school
a sudden demand or needThey are expecting a huge rush for the record.
the Christmas rush
a sudden surge of sensationA rush of affection swept over him.
a sudden flow of air or liquidA rush of air on my face woke me.
Throw something noisy and feign a rush at him.
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
He led the bayonet charge from the front.
All that was needed was one final push, and the enemy would be vanquished once and for all.
the storm of the Bastille
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
He was overcome by a sudden surge of jealousy.
a military onslaught against the rebels
done with speed or urgencyI guess you could call it a rush job.
They need to make a hasty escape.
She walked at a fast pace.
Europe has moved a long way at a quick pace.
They had a hurried breakfast, then left.
an inflammation of the eyeball which needs prompt treatment
He walked at a rapid pace along Charles Street.
a swift runner
The horse broke into a brisk trot.
I gave the letter a fairly cursory reading.
the efficient and expeditious way in which he has conducted this business
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in the sense of accelerate
to cause to happen sooner than expectedThe government is to accelerate its privatisation programme.
in the sense of assail
to attack violentlyHe was assailed by a young man.
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