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Inglés americano: /ˈhəsəl/
Inglés británico: /ˈhʌs(ə)l/

Traducción de hustle en español:

transitive verb

  • 1 1.1 (move hurriedly) (+ adverb complement) she was hustled into the car
    la metieron en el coche a empujones
    he was hustled away by his bodyguards
    sus guardaespaldas se lo llevaron precipitadamente
    we're trying to hustle the work along
    estamos intentando sacar adelante el trabajo lo más rápido posible
    the deal/new bill was hustled through
    la operación se cerró/el nuevo proyecto de ley se aprobó apresuradamente
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The students are hustling and bustling about, Ms. Hunter frantically handing back the test papers.
    • A short, white-haired little woman soon appeared at the door, hustling and bustling about.
    • Every crew was hustling and bustling to get their cars prepped and ready for the long day.
    1.2 (pressure)
    meterle prisa a
    to hustle somebody into something/-ing
    empujar a alguien a algo/+ infinitive
    they tried to hustle me into (making) a decision
    trataron de empujarme a tomar una decisión
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Then hustle them into saying something that will make the next morning's headlines.
  • 2 (US) [colloquial] 2.1 (obtain aggressively) to hustle something out of somebody
    sacarle algo a alguien
    to hustle somebody for somethinghe hustled them for cigarettes
    les dio la lata para que le dieran cigarrillos [colloquial]
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • There may be a mother wondering where her child is while this fellow pushes him around the streets and subways hustling drug money.
    • During my 40 years of pool playing, I have never been hustled out of a significant amount of money.
    • The widespread poverty of the area made blacks all the more susceptible to the ploys of those trying to hustle them out of their money for supposed burials.
    2.2 (hawk, sell)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • He had written a great novel which I encouraged him to keep hustling.
    • You will need to really hustle, network, and make all the contacts you can.
    • He ‘pounded the streets, hustling to stores and galleries’ in an attempt to sell his art.

intransitive verb

  • 1 1.1 (move quickly)
    apurarse (Latin America)
    1.2 (jostle)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The mayhem will then being in earnest as the gang intimidate the natives and wander through the bar hustling the bar tenders and drinking pre prepared shots - neat of course!
  • 2 (US) 2.1 (work energetically) [colloquial]
    trabajar (muy) duro
    reventarse [colloquial]
    darle al callo (Spain) [colloquial]
    sobarse el lomo (Mexico) [colloquial]
    2.2 (swindle) [slang]
    hacer chanchullos [colloquial]
    chanchullear [colloquial]
    2.3 (solicit) [slang] (prostitute)
    hacer la calle [colloquial]
    (Spain also)
    hacer la carrera [colloquial]
    talonear (Mexico) [colloquial]
    patinar (Chile) [colloquial]
    yirar (Río de la Plata) [slang]
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • In 1998, he tried to be more careful about protecting himself, but he spent the summer hustling for money to pay for his apartment and for school.
    • Then he says he hustles on the street only for enough money to buy food before going home to late at night.
    • Joey is hustling on Melrose with the transvestites and rent-boys when a limo pulls to the curb.


  • 1 uncountable 1.1 (hurry) the hustle and bustle of the big city
    el ajetreo y bullicio de la gran ciudad
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • It's a 12-hour flight there from the UK and you may be a little overwhelmed by the noisy, colourful hustle and bustle that you'll encounter on the way from the airport to your hotel.
    • Both city centre streets and out-of-town shopping centres were full of shoppers over the weekend, but without the manic hustle and bustle often experienced so close to Christmas.
    • But there's a definite feeling of hustle and bustle.
    1.2 (energy, initiative) (US)
    garra (feminine) [colloquial]
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • I had to work my way up from scams to hustles to grifts to short-cons to swindles to long-cons to heists to inside jobs to stings to capers to scores.
    • Many of the hustles and scams in the film are taken directly from his own poolhall adventures.
    • Most of the hustles are meant, naturally, to appear not to be hustles at all, but genuine appeals for emergency financial assistance.
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