English to Czech Meaning :: rush

Rush :
spěch
spěch, shon, běh, špička, ruch, honička, útok, rákos, hluk, přískok, přepad, nárazpospíchat, hnát se, běžet, pádit, chvátat, kvapit, zmocnit se - spěchspěchspěchalrusherRushersspěcháspěcháRushy
 
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Adjective(1) Done under pressure
Noun(1) The act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner(2) A sudden forceful flow(3) Grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems(4) Physician and Revolutionary American leader(5) Signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813)(6) The swift release of a store of affective force(7) A sudden burst of activity(8) (American football) an attempt to advance the ball byrunning into the line(9) Attack(10) Hurry(11) Speed
Verb(1) Step on it(2) Attack suddenly(3) Urge to an unnatural speed(4) Act or move at high speed(5) Run with the ball(6) In football(7) Cause to move fast or to rush or race(8) Cause to occur rapidly(9) Hurry(10) Speed(11) Charge(12) Attack

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(1) Stone and, later, bronze vessels became reservoirs of animal and vegetable oils wicked with rush and hemp.(2) How much did they rush you for this heap?(3) 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.(4) The teacher was surprised when the usual rush for the door didn't happen.(5) I don't want to rush you into something(6) A rush job(7) The thought of his blind date gives him a rush of anticipatory nervous excitement.(8) While Lucien Bouchard preached his call to sovereignist arms, the 70 made a rush for the conference room.(9) The basement was nearly ripped in two as the rush of cold air from outside flooded the entire room.(10) With the Christmas rush on, we sure needed the extra help.(11) The result is an outcry from U.S. and European manufacturers and a rush to reimpose quotas on Chinese textiles and clothing within months.(12) Driving home with Jonas, she felt a rush she hadn't experienced since before her husband and son had died.(13) There are the thrill-seekers, who find they get a rush of euphoria by waiting to do things at the last minute.(14) An ambulance was waiting to rush him to hospital(15) The 2003 football season may have ended, but the NFL off season gives a rush to any hard-core fan.(16) McLauchlan says he gets a rush of pleasure when he walks into the drawing room and the dining room, both of grand proportions.
Related Words
(1) rush hour ::
dopravní špička
(2) rush out ::
vyběhnout
(3) in a rush ::
ve spěchu
(4) gold rush ::
Zlatá horečka
(5) rush hours ::
dopravní špičky
(6) rush into ::
vrazit do
(7) adrenaline rush ::
adrenalin
(8) rush off ::
uhánět
(9) sugar rush ::
cukru spěch
(10) rush up ::
spěch up
Synonyms
Noun
1. dash ::
pomlčka
2. hustle and bustle ::
ruch a shon
3. demand ::
poptávka
4. hurry ::
pospěš si
5. surge ::
příval
6. gust ::
závan
7. charge ::
nabít
8. haste ::
spěch
9. upsurge ::
oživení
10. flush ::
proud
11. rushing ::
řítí
Verb
12. hurry ::
pospěš si
13. flow ::
tok
14. push ::
TAM
15. attack ::
Záchvat
16. hasten ::
uspíšit
17. race ::
závod
18. pelt along ::
kožešina spolu
19. stimulate ::
stimulovat
Adjective
20. urgent ::
naléhavý
Antonyms
1. Linger
  
2. Delay
  
3. Guarding
  
4. Protection
  
5. Retard
  
6. Slow
  
7. Guard
  
8. Protect
  
9. Retardation
  
10. Slowness
  
Different Forms
rush, rushed, rusher, rushers, rushes, rushing, rushy
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

It looks like\\Nthey abandoned it in a rush.\0

It looks like
they abandoned it in a RUSH.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7


I don\'t want to rush you,
but I\'m closing early tonight.

I don't want to RUSH you, but I'm closing early tonight.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 24


- Really?
- One-day rush.

- Really? - One-day RUSH.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18


over the Blackwater Rush
before nightfall.

over the Blackwater Rush before nightfall.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 4


- Oh, I\'d wait.
- No rush, no rush.

- Oh, I'd wait. - No RUSH, no RUSH.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 20


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