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rush at (someone or something)

To run toward someone or something, especially in an aggressive manner. The crowd gasped as the bull rushed at the matador. The guy rushed at me in a rage, so I stepped to the side and then uppercut him right beneath the jaw.
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rush at someone or something

to run at or charge toward someone or something. The dog rushed at us and scared us to death. Mary rushed at the door, but it slammed shut before she got there.
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The slanging match was witnessed by astonished players and looks certain to signal the end for pounds 14,000-a-week Rush at Elland Road.