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  1. rushing

    • IPA[ˈrʌʃɪŋ]

    英式

    • adj.
      moving with urgent haste;(of air or a liquid) flowing strongly
    • n.
      the action of moving with urgent haste;the action of advancing rapidly towards an opposing player, especially the quarterback
    • noun: rushing

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. moving with urgent haste:

      he seems so calm amid all the rushing people

    • 2. (of air or a liquid) flowing strongly:

      responders attempted to shut off the rushing water

    • 3. (of a player) advancing rapidly towards an opposing player, especially the quarterback:

      one of the interceptions came on a pass that deflected off the knee of a rushing lineman

    • 4. (of a play, player, etc.) characterized by gaining yardage or scoring a touchdown or conversion due to a player running from scrimmage with the ball:

      he scored a rushing touchdown on the 4th down

      he is becoming the best rushing quarterback in NFL history

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the action of moving with urgent haste:

      despite all the rushing and hustling, we still feel on Christmas there is something wonderful about life

    • 2. the action of advancing rapidly towards an opposing player, especially the quarterback:

      there is no defensive rushing allowed during the kick

    • 3. the action of gaining yardage or scoring a touchdown or conversion by running from scrimmage with the ball:

      they have a really good offensive line as far as rushing is concerned

    • 4. the process in which a college student visits a fraternity or sorority with a view to joining it:

      rushing is a popular option for first- and second-year students

    • v.
      move with urgent haste:
    • Jason rushed after her

      I rushed outside and hailed a taxi

    • n.
      a sudden quick movement toward something, typically by a number of people:
    • there was a rush for the door

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    • v.
      move with urgent haste:
    • Oliver rushed after her

      I rushed outside and hailed a taxi

    • n.
      a sudden quick movement towards something, typically by a number of people:
    • there was a rush for the door

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    • n. an erect, tufted marsh or waterside plant resembling a sedge or grass, with inconspicuous greenish or brownish flowers. Widely distributed in temperate areas, some kinds are used for matting, chair seats, and baskets.

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    • n. an erect, tufted marsh or waterside plant resembling a sedge or grass, with inconspicuous greenish or brownish flowers. Widely distributed in temperate areas, some kinds are used for matting, chair seats, and baskets.

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    • adj. done or completed too hurriedly; hasty:

    • a rushed job

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    • adj. done or completed too hurriedly; hasty:

    • a rushed job

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    • n. a physical feeling of intense excitement and stimulation caused by the release of adrenaline from the adrenal glands:

    • most action films set out to give you an adrenaline rush

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    • n. a sudden and brief burst of energy supposedly experienced after the consumption of food or drink with a high sugar content:

    • the sugar rush helps me write

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    • IPA[ˈrəSHiNG]

    美式

    • adj.
      moving with urgent haste:
    • he seems so calm amid all the rushing people
    • n.
      the action of moving with urgent haste:
    • despite all the rushing and hustling, we still feel on Christmas there is something wonderful about life

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