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Difference between Get a rush from something and Get a rush on something

get a rush from something—(U.S. sl.) become excited or exhilarated by smth.:

  • If you get a rush from surfing, skateboarding or snow boarding, you’ll find this emerging sport is pure exhilaration.

get a rush on something—(sl., also: put a rush on something) hurry up with smth.; make haste with smth.:

  • The finger print man arrives, and Columbo asks him to get a rush on the reports from the police lab.