hur•ryPronunciation: (hûr'ē, hur'ē), [key]
—v., -ried, -ry•ing,
—n., pl. -ries.
to move, proceed, or act with haste (often fol. by up
): Hurry, or we'll be late. Hurry up, it's starting to rain.
to drive, carry, or cause to move or perform with speed.
to hasten; urge forward (often fol. by up
to impel or perform with undue haste: to hurry someone into a decision.
a state of urgency or eagerness: to be in a hurry to meet a train.
hurried movement or action; haste.
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