Translation of prisa in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 (rapidez, urgencia) rush, hurry ¿a qué viene tanta prisa? what's the rush o/or hurry? con las prisas olvidé decírselo in the rush I forgot to tell her ¿a qué viene tanta prisa por casarse? why are you in such a hurry o/or rush to get married? no me metas prisa don't rush o/or hurry me estoy de prisa or tengo prisa I'm in a rush o/or a hurry darse prisa to hurry up, to hurry date prisa o perderás el tren hurry up or you'll miss the train
- 2 (en locuciones/in phrases) a or de prisa deprisa a toda prisa as fast as possible huyó de allí a toda prisa she fled as fast as she could go correr prisa, no se preocupe, estos no (me) corren prisa don't worry, there's no rush for these o/or I'm not in a rush for these de prisa y corriendo deprisa sin prisa pero sin pausa, el público entraba en la tienda sin prisa pero sin pausa there was a steady stream of people going into the shop sin prisa pero sin pausa la situación va mejorando slowly but surely the situation is getting better
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