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hurry (verb)

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  • hurry — ► VERB (hurries, hurried) ▪ move or act quickly or more quickly. ► NOUN ▪ great haste; urgency. ● in a hurry Cf. ↑in a hurry DERIVATIVES hurried …   English terms dictionary

  • hurry — verb (hurries, hurrying, hurried) move or act quickly or more quickly. ↘do or finish (something) quickly. noun great haste. ↘[with negative and in questions] a need for haste; urgency. Phrases in a hurry [usu. with negative] informal easily;… …   English new terms dictionary

  • hurry up — verb To hurry; to increase the speed of doing something. Syn: get a move on, get ones skates on …   Wiktionary

  • hurry — [[t]hʌ̱ri, AM hɜ͟ːri[/t]] hurries, hurrying, hurried 1) VERB If you hurry somewhere, you go there as quickly as you can. [V prep/adv] Claire hurried along the road... [V prep/adv] When she finished work she had to hurry home and look after her… …   English dictionary

  • hurry — 1 verb 1 (I, T) to do something or go somewhere more quickly than usual, especially because there is not much time: The movie begins as six we ll have to hurry. | hurry through/along/down etc: She hurried down the corridor as fast as she could. | …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hurry — hur|ry1 [ hʌri ] verb intransitive ** to do something or move somewhere very quickly: We must hurry or we shall be late back. Alec had to hurry home, but I stayed on. hurry along/through/into: She hurried along the corridor toward his office. He… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hurry up — I PHRASAL VERB If you tell someone to hurry up, you are telling them do something more quickly than they were doing. [V P] Franklin told Howe to hurry up and take his bath; otherwise, they d miss their train... [V P with n] Hurry up with that… …   English dictionary

  • hurry — I. verb (hurried; hurrying) Etymology: perhaps from Middle English horyen Date: 1592 transitive verb 1. a. to carry or cause to go with haste < hurry them to the hospital > b. to impel to rash or precipitate action …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hurry — I UK [ˈhʌrɪ] / US verb Word forms hurry : present tense I/you/we/they hurry he/she/it hurries present participle hurrying past tense hurried past participle hurried ** [intransitive] to do something or to move somewhere very quickly We must hurry …   English dictionary

  • hurry*/ — [ˈhʌri] verb [I/T] I to do something or to move somewhere very quickly, or to make someone do this We must hurry or we ll be late.[/ex] Alex had to hurry home, but I decided to stay.[/ex] She hurried along the corridor towards his office.[/ex]… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • hurry — [c]/ˈhʌri / (say huree) verb (hurried, hurrying) –verb (i) Also, hurry up. 1. to move, proceed, or act with haste, often undue haste. –verb (t) 2. to drive or move (someone or something) with speed, often with confused haste. 3. Also, hurry up.… …  

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