English version

be/get stampeded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/get stampededbe/get stampededHURRYto be made frightened or worried so that you do something too quickly, without thinking enough about itbe/get stampeded into Don’t get stampeded into any rash decisions. stampede
Examples from the Corpus
be/get stampededEisenhower would not be stampeded, although the opportunities for action were certainly present.He was furious with Khrushchev for breaking the moratorium, but he refused to be stampeded into a new series of tests.
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