Idiom: To rush
Jim: Oh man!
Terry: What's up?
Jim: I forgot my cell phone. I have to go back home and get it.
Terry: I was rushing this morning because I got up late.
Jane: Before we go to the movies I need to rush to the bank real quick and get some cash.
Kathy: No problem! We have time.
Jane: Yeah, it'll only take a second.
Meaning: to rush is an expression that means to hurry or to do something very quickly.
This idiom was taken from the LSI textbook "Reading Connections." This book is used at LSI schools to teach Level 3 Reading classes. For more information please visit www.languagesystems.com
Thank you Ty!