rush off

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rush something off (to someone or something)

to send something quickly to someone or something. I will rush your order off to you immediately. I need to rush off this package to Walter.
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rush off (from some place)

to hurry away from some place. I'm sorry, but I will have to rush off from this meeting before it's over. Mary had to rush off before the party was over.
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rush off

1. To depart in a hurry: It's too bad you have to rush off right after the movie.
2. To send or transmit something hurriedly: As soon as your payment clears, we'll rush off your package to you. I'm sorry you left your book here; we'll rush it off to you in the mail.
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But the star had to rush off afterwards from the five-star St David's Hotel, Cardiff, to appear in a matinee performance of Jack and the Beanstalk two miles away.
Avoid having to rush off with the other last minute thinkers and get the gear in your garage so you can start the party as soon as the clouds clear.
Indians general manager John Hart said the condition was kept a secret because Gooden was worried other teams would bunt to make him rush off the mound.
If you'd like to enjoy the high life with us, rush off your application today to: Mirror 4 Punters Club, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, PO Box 4020, London E14 5BW.
But before you rush off to the farmer's market to stock up, cruise by your local Jack in the Box(R) restaurant to pick up the new Del Monte Fresh Fruit Cup, a refreshing and convenient treat that makes it easy to enjoy the best of summer's bounty.
Do you rush off and let the game start with 14 men or do you try to be as discreet as you can be and hope that cameramen use common sense and don't go showing it to everyone on the screen?
Jenny said: "The MG is a really fun car to drive, and it's great to get such an adrenaline rush off stage.
In that movie, it was a stretch to imagine the hunky Gibson, with his chiseled features and sparkling blue eyes, as a guy whose looks could scare people away; in his new movie, ``Conspiracy Theory,'' it's equally a stretch to imagine him as a disheveled New York cab driver suffering from rampant paranoia - one of those nutty, nattering guys on the street whose ramblings prompt other people to rush off in the opposite direction.
Her co-presenter Grant Stott is waiting to become a dad for the first time, and may have to rush off in the middle of filming to be at the birth.
TEXT maniacs who rush off steamy messages on Valentine's Day are being warned to check the number first - as a quarter will go to the wrong phone.
Some rush off because they have work to do - but for some people, the work they have to do includes washing birds and setting them free.
But again the door man turned him away, forcing Party Boy's agent to rush off and eventually get a VIP wrist band to allow him in.
Singer Jenny Frost said of the sexy motors: "It's great to get such an adrenaline rush off stage.