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Phrasal Verbs

rush into

This page is about the phrasal verb rush into

Meaning: to do something quickly and without thinking about it carefully first

For example:

  • rush into sth If you're investing your savings, don't rush into anything. Get advice from a professional money manager.

  • rush into sth My first marraige failed because we were very young and we rushed into it without really thinking about what we were doing.

Quick Quiz:

Pablo shouldn't have rushed into buying the apartment. He should have been

a. more careful

b. much quicker

c. much earlier

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