例句
英语谚语
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同义词解析
  • 以下这两个动词都有"冲,奔" 的意思
    dash指以最快的速度向前奔驰。
    rush指因急躁或事务紧急而采取快速行动。
词组
  • rush one's fences
    (Brit.)act with undue haste (英)鲁莽从事
  • a rush of blood (to the head)
    a sudden attack of wild irrationality in one's thinking or actions 头脑发热,一时冲动
英语四级真题
    But because you can't drive a car and watch television at the same time, rush hour became radio's prime, while music, talk, and news radio greatly enlarged their audiences.
    出自-2014年6月阅读原文
    Solar homes produce the most power on the hot sunny afternoons when everyone rushes home to turn up the air conditioner.
    出自-2013年6月阅读原文
    These changing life styles are responsible for the increasing number of people who must rush meals or sometimes simply go without them
    出自-2012年12月听力原文
英语六级真题
    The rush to distribute the devices worries some professors, who say that students are less likely to participate in class if they are multi-tasking.
    出自-2013年6月阅读原文
    And we are rushing to meet so many deadlines that we hardly register that what we need most are lifelines.
    出自-2012年12月阅读原文
    That is not surprising: politicians with an eye on the next election will hardly rush to introduce unpopular measures that may not bear fruit for years, perhaps decades.
    出自-2010年12月阅读原文
柯林斯高阶英汉双解学习词典释义
英汉词典释义
英英词典释义
  • Noun
    1. the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner;
    "in his haste to leave he forgot his book"
    2. a sudden forceful flow
    3. grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems
    4. the swift release of a store of affective force;
    "they got a great bang out of it""what a boot!""he got a quick rush from injecting heroin""he does it for kicks"
    5. a sudden burst of activity;
    "come back after the rush"
    6. (American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line;
    "the linebackers were ready to stop a rush"
  • Verb
    1. step on it;
    "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests""The cars raced down the street"
    2. attack suddenly
    3. urge to an unnatural speed;
    "Don't rush me, please!"
    4. act or move at high speed;
    "We have to rush!""hurry--it's late!"
    5. run with the ball, in football
    6. cause to move fast or to rush or race;
    "The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze"
    7. cause to occur rapidly;
    "the infection precipitated a high fever and allergic reactions"
  • Adjective
    1. not accepting reservations
    2. done under pressure;
    "a rush job"
行业词典
  • 体育: 猛攻;猛冲;冲击;
    医学: 蠕动波:有力的收缩活动波,沿小肠而下波及极长一段距离,系肠激惹或异常肠扩张所致;