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SYNO hastily | hurriedly | in haste
hurriedly {adv}βιαστικά
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Translation for 'hurriedly' from English to Greek

hurriedly {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • Four carefree college students on holiday, Ramesh, Remo, Murugan and Seetharaman, mistake Kalyani for a call girl and rape her. Realising of their mistake, they hurriedly return to Chennai.
  • The Corps, and its staff, was hurriedly reconstructed in July / August from replacement units and deployed on the East Prussian border.
  • Following the 1940 fall of France to the fascists, Frölich hurriedly emigrated again, this time to the United States, where he remained until after the conclusion of World War II.
  • That changed when Germany surrendered in November 1918. Lithuanians hurriedly adopted a provisional constitution, formed a government and started to organise an army.
  • Kaalia is caught descending the pipe hurriedly at 00.08 am on 1 July.
  • After Guan Yu heard Fei Shi's argument, he was greatly moved and hurriedly accepted the appointment.
  • Four were hurriedly supplied by the USSR to Sri Lanka during the 1971 insurgency and were used for bombing and ground attack in the brief insurgency.
  • M‘Neile was hurriedly appointed to the vacancy at Rippon, and was installed on 29 October 1868.
  • At a hurriedly built factory in Dearborn, Michigan, he used the same assembly line techniques he used to mass-produce the Ford Model T.
  • If lucky, one can also see a top predator – the weasel, hurriedly crossing a path and disappearing in a wall or among boulders, shrubs or trees.
  • The Murtoa Stick Shed was hurriedly built over four months between September 1941 and January 1942 and filled with grain within six months of its construction. The wheat stayed in storage until 1944.
  • Following the cease fire the division became an occupation unit in central France, where it remained until November 1941, when it was hurriedly loaded onto trains for transport to the east.
  • He left hurriedly to deal with the threat, but his troops were destroyed by Quiroga in the Battle of Rodeo de Chacón on 28 March 1831.
  • May then departs into a beautiful garden and, dressed hurriedly, the poet follows her.
  • The film was put into production hurriedly in order to beat "Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid" to the screen.
  • Shot extensively on locations abroad, "Hum Pardesi Ho Gaye" showed the story of a young, educated, Indian girl Mallika, who is hurriedly married to an NRI Rahul, within a short span of 10 days.
  • Consequently, the owner of the club ‘6_A’ started having problems with the city authorities, which finally made him hurriedly and unexpectedly close down the club.
  • The operation was hurriedly executed after the security breach resulting in a dozen arrests of suspects of Pakistani origin in northwest England near Manchester, Liverpool and Lancashire.
  • Some Whig leaders briefly considered attacking the Tory stronghold at Ninety Six, South Carolina; but they hurriedly dispersed after learning that a large Patriot army had been defeated at Camden three days previous.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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