Definition of come/go to the rescue of
- The policeman came/went to the rescue of the lost boy.
: to move on a course : proceed — compare stop
: to move out of or away from a place expressed or implied : leave, depart
: to take a certain course or follow a certain procedure
: the act or manner of going
: the height of fashion : rage
: an often unexpected turn of affairs : occurrence
: functioning properly : being in good and ready condition
: a game played between two players who alternately place black and white stones on a board checkered by 19 vertical lines and 19 horizontal lines in an attempt to enclose the larger area on the board
: to free from confinement, danger, or evil : save, deliver: such as
: to take (someone, such as a prisoner) forcibly from custody
: to recover (something, such as a prize) by force
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