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  • 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

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  • hurry-scurry — /hʌri ˈskʌri/ (say huree skuree) noun (plural hurry scurries) 1. headlong, disorderly haste; hurry and confusion. –adverb 2. with hurrying and scurrying. 3. confusedly; in a bustle. –adjective 4. characterised by headlong, disorderly flight or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • hurry-up — /ˈhʌri ʌp/ (say huree up) noun 1. a reminder or prompting to action: go and give them a hurry up. –adjective 2. prompting; urging: a hurry up call. –phrase 3. give someone a hurry up, Colloquial to urge someone to greater speed …   Australian English dictionary

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