Rush Hour

Rush Hour,

What Does Rush Hour Mean?

  1. There are peak hours at the beginning and end of the day, usually longer than an hour, when people are at work and out.

Literal Meanings of Rush Hour

Rush:

Meanings of Rush:
  1. Move immediately.

  2. Running towards (something or something) to attack or capture.

  3. Entertainment to assess the suitability of fraternal associations or university brothers (newcomer students)

  4. A sudden, rapid movement towards something that is usually done by more than one person.

  5. Rapid progress of one or more defenders, especially towards the quarterback.

  6. The first copy of a movie after the shooting period.

  7. The process by which a community or university community recruits new students. Provided entertainment to assess their abilities.

  8. A standing, shrub or beach swamp plant that resembles green or brown flowers with roots or grass. Widely distributed in heating areas, various types are used in carpets, armchairs and baskets.

  9. Useless equipment (used for thrust)

Sentences of Rush
  1. Jason followed him

  2. Strong hit

  3. Ran to the door

  4. He was not particularly fast or domineering, but he had a strong temper and never saw a quarterback during the race.

  5. After filming, the agency team will watch Rush.

  6. Priority appointments in a hurry

  7. Then the ground sank and became a surgery, nail, weasel and hazelnut.

Synonyms of Rush

pushed for time, run, assail, sprint, run off one's feet, pressed for time, running about, dart, dashing about, bolt, attack, fly at, dash, charge, bound, in a hurry, time-poor, rushing about, scramble, run at, break

Hour:

Meanings of Hour:
  1. The duration of time is equal to one twenty-four days and one night, divided by 60 minutes.

  2. Time of day appears as the correct number of hours after midnight or noon.

  3. A specific time period for an activity, such as B. work, building use, etc.

  4. Short psalms and prayer services at certain times of the day (in the Western Church), especially in religious classes.

  5. 15 ° longitude or right increment (twentieth of a circle).

Sentences of Hour
  1. Two hours operation

  2. The clock in the room showed the time

  3. Dinner time

  4. Prayer life organized with life times

  5. At the same time, there is the same increase on the right side of every object, just as there is the same longitude on the earth at every moment.

Synonyms of Hour

second, childhood, point in time, early years, moment, young adulthood, boyhood, early life, time, hour, young days, preadolescence, minute, teens, teenage years, adolescence, girlhood, moment in time

Rush Hour,

Rush Hour:

  1. ■■■■■■ occurs at the beginning and end of the day, usually more than an hour, when people are in and out of work.

Literal Meanings of Rush Hour

Rush:

Meanings of Rush:
  1. Quick movement.

  2. To ■■■■■■ or run (towards something or something) to catch.

  3. (New students) Review your eligibility for membership in the fraternal or university community.

  4. Invoice (customer) in a certain amount, especially excess.

  5. Sudden, rapid movement towards something, usually by several people.

  6. The action moves forward, especially towards the defender.

  7. A standing, shrub, or beach marsh plant resembling mustard or grass, with light green or brown flowers. Widely distributed in temperate areas, various types are used in carpets, armchairs and baskets.

  8. Something useless (used to emphasize).

Sentences of Rush
  1. The olive is behind it

  2. Running to the bank and shooting on your own can be devastating for everyone.

  3. How fast did you join this group?

  4. After filming, the agency team saw a rush.

  5. None of them are worth seeing.

Synonyms of Rush

hurtle, pelt, race, hectic, get a move on, bucket, put on some speed, haste, dive, ■■■■■■■, streak, post, hie, scamper, storm, bustle, attempt to capture, wheech, zap, hotfoot it, sortie, speed, career, frantic, get the lead out, make haste, busy, scurry, hightail it

Hour:

Meanings of Hour:
  1. The duration is equal to one twenty-four days and one night, divided into 60 minutes.

  2. Time of day appears as the correct number of hours from midnight or noon.

  3. A specific time for an activity, such as B. work, construction use, etc.

  4. (Western (Latin) Church) Short psalms and prayer services at certain times of the day, especially in religious communities.

Sentences of Hour
  1. The room clock showed the time.

  2. The life of prayer is arranged with regular times.

Rush Hour,

How To Define Rush Hour?

  1. Definition of Rush Hour: The peak occurs at the beginning and end of the day, usually more than an hour, when people are in and out of work.

Literal Meanings of Rush Hour

Rush:

Meanings of Rush:
  1. Immediate movement

  2. Running towards (something or something) to ■■■■■■ or catch.

  3. (New students) to assess their eligibility for membership in the community or university community.

  4. Invoice (customers) to a certain amount, especially excess.

  5. The first copy of the film after the shooting period.

  6. A straight, bushy, or beach-swampy plant resembling a reed or grass, with light green or brown flowers. Widely distributed in temperate areas, different types are used in carpets, chairs and baskets.

  7. Somewhat useless (used for emphasis).

Sentences of Rush
  1. Oliver is behind it.

  2. Running to the bank and shooting voluntarily can be devastating for everyone.

  3. How fast are you in this group?

  4. After filming, the agency staff will see how busy he is.

Synonyms of Rush

go like a bat out of hell, go hell for leather, hasten, boogie, whisk, clip, bundle, barrel, fleet, pound, gallop, zoom, hare, whip, scoot, stampede, steam, sally, belt, shoot, drag/tear/haul ■■■, ■■■■, scuttle, zip, cut along

Hour:

Meanings of Hour:
  1. The duration is equal to twenty-four days and one night, divided into 60 minutes.

  2. Time of day is expressed as the correct number of hours from midnight or noon.

  3. A specific time for an activity, e.g. B. Work, construction use, etc.

  4. Short psalms and prayer services at certain times of the day (in the Western (Latin) Church), especially in religious communities.

  5. 15 اضافہ longitude or increase to the right (one circle).

Sentences of Hour
  1. An extra hour of light on a winter night

  2. Prayer life organized with canonical times