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    #1

    Usage of 'rush in'

    Can someone please tell me if the following sentences are OK?

    1) Please rush in your answers at my email id to win exciting prices.
    2) Please rush in your answers to my email id to win exciting prices.

    Also, can 'rush in' be used to mean 'send in quickly'?


    • Join Date: Apr 2009
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    #2

    Re: Usage of 'rush in'

    No, this is not correct. "Rush your replies to my email.......etc" would be better.

    "Rush In" is used like this "He rushed in to help"

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