When there’s a need to go somewhere quickly, you can use the word "rush" as a verb or as a noun. It’s very similar to the word "hurry."


These sentences use "rush" as a verb:

  • Ed rushed to work this morning.
  • Alma needs to rush to her next class.
  • You can’t rush this process. It takes time.
  • I’ve got to rush. See you later.
  • Try not to rush.
  • If you rush, you might make a mistake.
  • Slow down and stop rushing.

These questions and sentences use "rush" as a noun:

  • Why is he always in such a big rush?
  • What’s the rush?
  • I can’t talk right now. I’m in a rush!
  • There’s no rush. Take your time.

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November 1, 2011