Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rush"

The meaning of "Rush" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rush mean?
A: To move fast with urgency

I rushed to school so I wasn't late.
The students were in a rush to get to the cafeteria.
Q: What does they had beaten the rush mean?
A: It means they have gone somewhere before it was busy.
For example
If you go home after work and there is no traffic then you could say you've beaten the rush
Q: What does what's the rush? mean?
A: It means why are you in such a hurry
Q: What does "I feel a little rush." mean?
A: a rush = excitement.
Q: What does rush him mean?
A: To go after him.

Example sentences using "Rush"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rushed by.
A: I was just standing here and my brother just rushed by.
The dog rushed by.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to rush in.
A: Don’t rush into anything.
They rushed into marriage.
We rushed into the room and caught them in the act.
The politicians rushed the new legislation in.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I was in rush for work this morning, because I woke up a little bit late.
A: • I was in a rush this morning, because I woke up a bit late.
• I was rushing this morning because I woke up late.
• I woke up late for work this morning, so I was in a rush.

Hope this helps ^^
Q: Please show me example sentences with rushed
.
A: he was rushed to the hospital
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'rush'.
A: plz hurry up!!!!!!! I am in rush

Synonyms of "Rush" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rush and catch up ?
A: Example:

1. I tried to rush up to him because I was getting left behind. ( I was running or moving fast towards him)

2. I tried to catch up to him because he was ahead of me. (I was trying to be on the same level as him)
Q: What is the difference between “in a rush “ and “in a hurry “ ?
A: They mean the same thing, but rush > hurry.

If I am in a hurry, then I am doing things quickly.
If I am in a rush, then I am doing things so quickly I might make mistakes.

Both imply the reason you are doing things quickly is because you don't have enough time for a normal pace.
Q: What is the difference between What's the rush hour like? and When is the rush hour? ?
A: What's the rush hour like? The answer would be "busy, streets full of cars, stressful.
Q: What is the difference between rush and crowd ?
A: a rush is usually where people try to push and pull each other if it's case of emergency. for example: there was heavy rush near the entrance after the announcement that there was bomb in the hospital.
but a crowd is just a group of people who stand in a random manner to have look at something. for example: a crowd gathered around him after the boy started to do excellent Magic tricks.
Q: What is the difference between no rush and no hurry ?
A: Actually, johnlin, there is no difference. They mean the same thing. These words/phrases can be used interchangeably. .

Translations of "Rush"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does “don’t rush me” means?
A: it means that something in a hurry. so dont rush me means dont tell me to do something 1. to hurry or cause to hurry; hasten. 2 to make a sudden attack upon (a fortress, position, person)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what does “wind rush generation”mean?
A: You could never guess this! In the 1950s a large number of immigrants, mostly Caribbean, came to Britain to live here (and work here, of course). They arrived on a ship called "Windrush Empire". Their children, born in Britain, are sometimes called the "Windrush generation". As you probably know, there is a bit of trouble at the moment over their legal status, but I do expect it to be sorted out very soon.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am in a rush vs. I am in a hurry. Which one is more common to say ''I am in a rush'' or ''I am in a hurry?''
A: Actually both are equally used. I guess it depends on what state you're in but they're both used a lot

Other questions about "Rush"

Q: could you please put in a rush order banners? Does this sound natural?
A: Could you please put a rush on our order for banners.
Q: I wouldn't like to rush you up. Does this sound natural?
A: it's said. i wouldn't like to rush you
Q: is it correct "I honestly think there's no rush but I don't mean waiting long time"?
A: It would sound better if you said, "There's honestly no rush but I don't want to wait a long time."
Q: Appreciate you stop and help me. you look like in a rush. Does this sound natural?
A: I appreciate you stopped to help me. You look like you're in a rush. (You seem like you are in a rush.)

Just a few minor things!
Q: In rush hours, you can always see there a lot of people and vehicles scrambling for the road. Does this sound natural?
A: At rush hour, you can always see lots of people and vehicles swarming the roads.

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