Terjemahan dari rush
flow, stream, school, current, genre, rush
bustle, activity, rush, rushing, bustling, occupation
invasion, rush, incursion, attack, onset, charge
insistence, pressure, push, rush, exhortation, thrust
inconvenience, rush, ado, hurry-scurry
hustle, swirl, rush, hilarity, brio, activity
tetek bengek
rush, trinket, trifle, taradiddle, pretty, pretty-pretties
reed, rush, wild sugar cane
perkara kecil
trinket, rush
invade, attack, rush, overrun, stampede, besiege
attack, strike, assault, strike out, assail, rush
run, rush, dash, scurry, take away
flee, run off, get away, rush, outrun, make off
haste, hasten, rush, speed, busk, bustle
encourage, push, drive, promote, boost, rush
membawa dgn cepat
whisk, rush
befall, afflict, come, fall on, beset, rush
hurry, rush
hurry, be in a hurry, busk, bustle, hustle, rush
mengalir dgn cepat-cepat
mengirimkan cepat-cepat
membuat buru-buru


Definisi rush
a sudden quick movement toward something, typically by a number of people.
there was a rush for the door
sinonim: dash, run, sprint, dart, bolt, charge, scramble, break; charge, onslaught, attack, assault, onrush
a rapid advance by a defensive player or players, especially toward the quarterback.
He is not particularly fast or overpowering, but he has great instincts and never loses sight of the quarterback during the rush .
move with urgent haste.
Jason rushed after her
sinonim: hurry, dash, run, race, sprint, bolt, dart, gallop, career, charge, shoot, hurtle, careen, hare, fly, speed, zoom, scurry, scuttle, scamper, hasten, tear, belt, pelt, scoot, zip, whip, hotfoot it, leg it, bomb, hightail it
6 definisi lain
  • dash, run, sprint, dart, bolt, charge, scramble, break
  • hustle and bustle, commotion, hubbub, stir, busy time
  • demand, clamor, call, request, run on
  • hurry, haste, urgency
  • surge, flow, flood, spurt, stream, thrill, flash, charge, jolt, kick
  • gust, blast, draft
  • charge, onslaught, attack, assault, onrush
  • haste, hurry, rushing
  • upsurge, surge, spate
  • flush, bang, thrill, kick, charge, boot
  • rushing
  • hurry, dash, run, race, sprint, bolt, dart, gallop, career, charge, shoot, hurtle, careen, hare, fly,speed, zoom, scurry, scuttle, scamper, hasten, tear, belt, pelt, scoot, zip, whip, hotfoot it, leg it, bomb, hightail it
  • flow, pour, gush, surge, stream, cascade, run, course
  • push, hurry, hasten, speed, hustle, press, force
  • attack, charge, run at, assail, storm
  • hasten, festinate, look sharp, hurry
  • race
  • pelt along, hasten, race, step on it, hie, rush along, belt along, hotfoot, bucket along, speed
  • stimulate, hasten, induce
  • hurry
  • urgent, high-priority, emergency, hurried, hasty, fast, quick, swift, hurry-up
  • rushed
Lebih sedikit sinonim
Montgomery wanted a full-scale rush on Berlin via the Ruhr, but this was overruled by the Allies Supreme Commander, Dwight Eisenhower.
Right, OK, but you do agree that there wasn’t a rush on the part of the Labor Party to oppose that.
users experience a rush
Now, there is a tendency sometimes for the networks, especially the cable networks, to rush this stuff out there without taking a critical look at it.
The rush to solve the demand for bilingual teachers often complicates the issues of language, language policy, and power.
The warm humid air collided with a rush of cold air causing the thunder to slither through.
People seeking to buy used cars might be better off waiting a few weeks until the rush on new 2001 registration cars slows down, he said.
an ambulance was waiting to rush him to hospital
He slowly backed out of the stream before the rush became too strong to resist.
When that time was up, the students would rush their drawings from the studio to the Ecole in a cart called a charette.
Kim looked at him in surprise, not expecting the sudden rush of cold air that washed over her without him there.
I got the letter today and just felt a rush of relief.
But it is the sight of her that induces a rush of horror.
Another rush of fragrance flooded my nostrils.
There are the thrill-seekers, who find they get a rush of euphoria by waiting to do things at the last minute.
The warning from the Department of Homeland Security sparked a frenzied rush on supermarkets and hardware stores.
Now if you have mastered this as well as me the air should rush in making a pretty rubbish hand-clap sound.
As soon as I opened up my mind, I was knocked flat by a rush of emotions, mostly fear and anger.
not one of them is worth a rush
What is relevant here is that it is creating a rush on scarce global resources, particularly oil and gas, between China and the US.
It’s a rush , a thrill, a challenge to do something that most people can’t even conceive of and couldn’t do even if they wanted to.
Yes, there is a rush on these things but dealers are also reluctant to use them as replacements because they want to sell them.
I suspect that tomorrow there will be a rush on it, as people flock to the shops to try this new alcoholic drink.
According to one call, they voted on whether to rush the terrorists in an attempt to retake the plane.
A required course had been scheduled for the hours after mine, and the students had to rush off.
Older people make up the majority of the rush on the medicines.
Driving home with Jonas, she felt a rush she hadn’t experienced since before her husband and son had died.
ranking pledges during rush
It’s easy to forget that blogging is not a mainstream activity yet, regardless of the rush on political blogs that is going on at the moment.
He was an ultraproductive receiver at Brown but doesn’t have a catch or rush in the NFL.
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