Rush

Rush
I [rʌʃ]
nome (plant, stem) giunco m.
II 1. [rʌʃ]
nome
1) (of crowd) ressa f., calca f.

a rush for the door — una corsa verso la porta

to make a rush for sth. — [crowd] prendere d'assalto qcs.; [individual] lanciarsi su o verso qcs

2) (hurry)

in a rush — in fretta e furia, di corsa

to be in a rush — avere fretta

what's the rush? — che fretta c'è? perché tutta questa fretta?

is there any rush? — è urgente?

3) (peak time) (during day) ora f. di punta; (during year) alta stagione f.

the morning rush — le ore di punta del mattino

beat the rush! — evita la ressa!

4) (surge) (of liquid) flusso m.; (of adrenalin) scarica f., ondata f.; (of air) corrente f., afflusso m.; (of emotion) impeto m., ondata f.; (of complaints) pioggia f.

a rush of blood to the head — fig. un colpo di testa

2.
nome plurale rushes cinem. prima stampa f.sing.
III 1. [rʌʃ]
verbo transitivo
1) (transport urgently)

to rush sth. to — portare qcs. di corsa a

to be rushed to the hospital — essere portato d'urgenza all'ospedale

2) (do hastily) fare [qcs.] frettolosamente [task, speech]

don't try to rush things — cerca di non precipitare le cose

3) (pressurize, hurry) mettere fretta a, sollecitare [person]
4) (charge at) assalire, attaccare [person]; prendere d'assalto [building]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [person] (make haste) affrettarsi; (rush forward) correre, precipitarsi

don't rush — fa' con calma

to rush out of the room — uscire di corsa dalla stanza

to rush at sth. — precipitarsi su qcs.

to rush down the stairs — correre giù per le scale

2) (travel)

to rush along at 160 km/h — sfrecciare a 160 chilometri orari

the sound of rushing water — il rumore delle acque impetuose

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I 1. verb
(to (make someone or something) hurry or go quickly: He rushed into the room; She rushed him to the doctor.)
2. noun
1) (a sudden quick movement: They made a rush for the door.)
2) (a hurry: I'm in a dreadful rush.)
II noun
(a tall grass-like plant growing in or near water: They hid their boat in the rushes.)
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I [rʌʃ] n
Bot giunco
II [rʌʃ]
1. n
1) (of people) affollamento, ressa

the Christmas rush — la ressa di Natale

gold rush — corsa all'oro

there was a rush to or for the door — tutti si precipitarono verso la porta

we've had a rush of orders — abbiamo avuto una valanga di ordinazioni

2) (hurry) fretta, premura

in a rush — in fretta

to be in a rush — avere fretta

I'm in a rush (to do) — ho fretta or premura (di fare)

there's no rush — non c'è fretta

it was all done in a rush — è stato fatto tutto in gran fretta

it got lost in the rush — nella fretta è andato perso

what's all the rush about? — cos'è tutta questa fretta?

is there any rush for this? — è urgente?

we had a rush to get it ready in time — abbiamo dovuto affrettarci per prepararlo in tempo

3)

(current) a rush of air — una corrente d'aria

a rush of water — un flusso d'acqua

2. vt
1) (person) far fretta or premura a, (work, order) fare in fretta

to rush sth off — spedire con urgenza qc

I hate being rushed — non mi piace che mi si faccia premura

we were rushed off our feet — abbiamo dovuto correre come i matti

he was rushed (off) to hospital — lo hanno portato d'urgenza all'ospedale

2) (attack: town) prendere d'assalto, (person) precipitarsi contro

the crowd rushed the barriers — la folla ha dato l'assalto ai cancelli

3. vi
(person: run) precipitarsi, (be in a hurry) essere di corsa, (car) andare veloce

there's no need to rush — non c'è bisogno di affrettarsi

don't rush at it, take it slowly — non farlo in fretta, prenditela con comodo

to rush up/down etc — precipitarsi su/giù etc

everyone rushed outside — tutti si precipitarono fuori

I rushed to her side — sono corso subito da lei

I was rushing to finish it — mi affrettavo a finirlo

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(Surnames) Rush /rʌʃ/
* * *
I [rʌʃ]
nome (plant, stem) giunco m.
II 1. [rʌʃ]
nome
1) (of crowd) ressa f., calca f.

a rush for the door — una corsa verso la porta

to make a rush for sth. — [crowd] prendere d'assalto qcs.; [individual] lanciarsi su o verso qcs

2) (hurry)

in a rush — in fretta e furia, di corsa

to be in a rush — avere fretta

what's the rush? — che fretta c'è? perché tutta questa fretta?

is there any rush? — è urgente?

3) (peak time) (during day) ora f. di punta; (during year) alta stagione f.

the morning rush — le ore di punta del mattino

beat the rush! — evita la ressa!

4) (surge) (of liquid) flusso m.; (of adrenalin) scarica f., ondata f.; (of air) corrente f., afflusso m.; (of emotion) impeto m., ondata f.; (of complaints) pioggia f.

a rush of blood to the head — fig. un colpo di testa

2.
nome plurale rushes cinem. prima stampa f.sing.
III 1. [rʌʃ]
verbo transitivo
1) (transport urgently)

to rush sth. to — portare qcs. di corsa a

to be rushed to the hospital — essere portato d'urgenza all'ospedale

2) (do hastily) fare [qcs.] frettolosamente [task, speech]

don't try to rush things — cerca di non precipitare le cose

3) (pressurize, hurry) mettere fretta a, sollecitare [person]
4) (charge at) assalire, attaccare [person]; prendere d'assalto [building]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) [person] (make haste) affrettarsi; (rush forward) correre, precipitarsi

don't rush — fa' con calma

to rush out of the room — uscire di corsa dalla stanza

to rush at sth. — precipitarsi su qcs.

to rush down the stairs — correre giù per le scale

2) (travel)

to rush along at 160 km/h — sfrecciare a 160 chilometri orari

the sound of rushing water — il rumore delle acque impetuose


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