rush in

rush in

 (to something)
1. to run or hurry into a thing or a place. Everyone rushed into the shelter when the rain started. They all rushed in at once.
2. to begin doing something without the proper preparation. Don't rush into this job without thinking it through. Mary rushed in without thinking.
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rush in

v.
1. To enter some place hurriedly or quickly: I rushed in the house to pick up my wallet.
2. To cause someone to enter some place in a hurry: We were late for the concert, so the ushers rushed us in.
3. To do something impulsively or without careful consideration; act rashly: It's best to shop around a bit rather than rushing in and buying the first car you see.
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