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"Don't rush. " is used to ask someone not to hurry? For example, my son and I are in the elevator. He is standing very close to the door. He wants to get out once the door opens. Can I say to him" Don't rush. Stand back a little. Someone might get in. You might bump into them. "?

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"Don't rush.  " is used to ask someone not to hurry?  For example,  my son and I are in the elevator.  He is standing very close to the door.  He wants to get out once the door opens.  Can I say to him" Don't rush.  Stand back a little.  Someone might get in.  You might bump into them. "?
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