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rush  Verb
Plural: rushes
  1. Translate "rush" to Spanish: apresurar, apurar, dar prisa a, meter prisa a, dinamizar
    English Synonyms of "rush": buck up, haste, hurry, hustle, press forward, press on, quicken, speed up
    Define meaning of "rush": Urge to an unnatural speed.
  2. Don't rush me, please!

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  3. Translate "rush" to Spanish: apresurarse, apurarse, ajetrearse, ir de prisa, precipitarse
    English Synonyms of "rush": be hasty, be quick, hurry up, run, speed up, hurry
    Define meaning of "rush": Act or move at high speed.
  4. We have to rush!
    Hurry--it's late!

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  5. Translate "rush" to Spanish: despachar prontamente
    English Synonyms of "rush": send quickly
    Define meaning of "rush": Cause to move fast or to rush or race.
  6. The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze.

  7. Translate "rush" to Spanish: caminar rápidamente
    English Synonyms of "rush": walk rapidly, hurry, pelt, scuttle, speed, walk fast, scurry

rush  Noun
  1. Translate "rush" to Spanish: prisa, actividad rápida, ajetreo, apremio, apuro, precipitación, premura
    English Synonyms of "rush": haste, hurry, speed, acceleration, hastiness, promptness, scud
    Define meaning of "rush": The act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner.
  2. In his haste to leave he forgot his book.

  3. Translate "rush" to Spanish: junco, junquera
    English Synonyms of "rush": reed, Chinese junk, bulrush
    Define meaning of "rush": Grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems.

  4. Translate "rush" to Spanish: acometida, ataque súbito
    English Synonyms of "rush": assault, attack, sudden attack, surprise attack, zap, onslaught
    Define meaning of "rush": A threatened or attempted physical attack by someone who appears to be able to cause bodily harm if not stopped.

  5. Translate "rush" to Spanish: ráfaga
    English Synonyms of "rush": burst
    Define meaning of "rush": A sudden burst of activity. ; A sudden forceful flow.
  6. Come back after the rush.

  7. Translate "rush" to Spanish: arrebato
    English Synonyms of "rush": outburst, sally, storm, ebullition, gust, spurt
    Define meaning of "rush": The swift release of a store of affective force.
  8. They got a great bang out of it.
    What a boot!
    He got a quick rush from injecting heroin.
    He does it for kicks.


  9. Translate "Rush" to Spanish: Rush
    English Synonyms of "Rush": Benjamin Rush
    Define meaning of "Rush": Physician and Revolutionary American leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813).

  10. Translate "rush" to Spanish: impresión de filme inmediatamente después de que la escena es rodada
    English Synonyms of "rush": motion picture print made immediately after the scene is shot

  11. Translate "rush" to Spanish: intenso torrente de placer con el ritmo cardíaco acelerado sentido justo después de la ingesta de un narcótico
    English Synonyms of "rush": intense flood of pleasure with quickened heart rate felt soon after ingestion of a narcotic


  12. Translate "rush" to Spanish: aumento brusco de la corriente, corriente fuerte, sobrevoltaje
    English Synonyms of "rush": surcharge, overvoltage, rush of current, sudden increase of current

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  14. Translate "rush" to Spanish: subidón

  15. Translate "rush" to Spanish: descarga


rush  Adjective
  1. Translate "rush" to Spanish: urgente, de emergencia
    English Synonyms of "rush": pressing, emergency, urgent, compelling, crash, hurry-up, imperious, on the boil
    Define meaning of "rush": Compelling immediate action.

Verb Conjugation for "rush"
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