rush through


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rush something through

 (something)
1. Lit. to pass something through a physical area rapidly. He rushed the ambulance through the gate to the stadium. Strong blowers rushed many cubic feet of air through the ductwork into all the rooms.
2. Fig. to move something through some process or office in a hurry. He was in a hurry so we rushed his order through the shipping department. He asked us to rush it through.
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rush through something

to hurry to get something finished; to race through something. Please don't rush through this business. Get it right. Timmy rushed through dinner so he could go out and play.
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rush through

v.
1. To do or complete something in a hurry: The staff rushed through the meeting because they had started late. I rushed through the test and got a lot of answers wrong.
2. To cause someone to do or complete something in a hurry: The tour guide rushed us through the exhibit too quickly.
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