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    Rush or Rushed?

    Which one is correct, please? Thanks.

    1) This is not a rush job.

    2) This is not a rushed job.

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    Re: Rush or Rushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by cleung View Post
    Which one is correct, please? Thanks.

    1) This is not a rush job.

    2) This is not a rushed job.
    Both are correct:

    1) this job is in no hurry to be finished.

    2) this job has been done in no hurry.

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