Phrasal Verbs

rush off

This page is about the phrasal verb rush off


to leave soon after arriving or to leave suddenly


dash off, shoot off (informal)

For example

  • rush off As soon as he answered the phone, he rushed off. His wife was having their baby.

  • rush off Sorry I have to rush off so soon, but I've got a meeting at 4 o'clock.

Quick Quiz

Marlene rushed off because she

a. had another appointment

b. had nothing to do

c. had a fast car

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