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I want to use one word to mean: a run on a bank or panic bank withdrawals.
Could it be 'rush'?
Thanks a lot.
Could you make a sentence using 'crash'? By the way, is 'crash' a slang in this case?
Yes, people can "rush" a bank.
I was joking about the word "crash." Sorry -
A "bank rush" is when people take their money out of the bank. It can cause problems, since the bank does not always have the cash on hand to pay out all deposits at one time.
The housing problem caused a bank rush last week.
bank rush is a noun.
rushing into a bank is to enter a bank building or to travel or move in a hurry.
He rushed to the bank before work so he could get money for lunch.
Will you rush to the store for me?
I don't want to rush my meal.
This rush is used as a verb.
He was in such a rush, he forgot his keys.
Don't be in such a rush to finish your school.
This rush is used as a noun to describe a hurried movement.
There was a rush in the bank yesterday, two robbers took everyone's money and other stuff.
Is that sentence fine?
There was a robbery at the bank yesterday. Two thieves stole everyone's money and all the cash from the bank drawers.