Definición de hurry en inglés:

hurry

Saltos de línea: hurry
Pronunciación: /ˈhʌri
 
/

verbo (hurries, hurrying, hurried)

[no object]

sustantivo

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Frases

in a hurry

Rushed; in a rushed manner: I’m in rather a hurry
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He advised farmers to avoid rushing into planting in a hurry and doing bad work as a result.
  • His enjoyment didn't last as he was in a hurry and hated to rush.
  • He paused and he seemed like he was in a hurry so he rushed out.
Eager to get a thing done quickly: no one seemed in a hurry for the results
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Believe me, I am eager to finish it in a hurry, and to do so I have taken a couple of days off from the laboratory (this is also a secret).
  • It is my understanding that the software will remain valid - which is why everyone is in a hurry to buy a copy before February 27th.
  • However, at lunch, those serving food were in a hurry to finish off the job quickly.
[usually with negative] informal Easily; readily: an experience you won’t forget in a hurry
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It was a remarkable moment; not one you'll forget in a hurry.
  • That was scary, and not something you forget in a hurry.
  • It's certainly not going to be a year that I forget in a hurry.

Origen

late 16th century (as a verb): imitative.

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