|NOUN || (a) hurry | - |
|VERB || to hurry | hurried | hurried|
hurrying | hurries
|SYNO ||haste | hastiness | hurriedness | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- The character was created and designed in a hurry, when Giffen suddenly left Marvel to work for DC Comics.
- One of the most innovative offensive minds in football, Malzahn's is known for his hurry-up, no-huddle offensive philosophy.
- Examples are መስከረ "mäskärä" 'testify' and ቀልጠፈ "k'ält'äfä" 'hurry'.
- Dialects in England, Wales, and most others outside North America maintain the distinction between both sounds and so "hurry" and "furry" do not rhyme.
- The great Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji is also believed to have reconstructed this fort. The work was carried out in a hurry and hence the name 'Avchit' (hurry) 'gad' (fort).
- Get a wiggle on is an 18th century English language idiom and Colloquial Expression which means to move quickly or hurry.
- The kids hurry to finish the book before the bookstore is sold off.
- Winninger took on the role of a carnival barker attracting would-be customers into his tent, crying "Hurry-hurry-hurry, just-a warmin' up, folks" and then describing some of the attractions supposedly offered inside.
- Yost was also known for a series of admonitions to his players beginning with the words, "Hurry up," for example, "Hurry up and be the first man down the field on a punt or kick-off."
- In addition, the decoration of the funerary chambers seems to have been abandoned abruptly, which further supports the conclusion that the structure was built in a hurry.
- And I will be on the path in a hurry.
- In January 2013, her first book "Gastrogeek: What to eat when you're in a hurry, hungry or hard up" was published.
- Having switched to the new target, Zimin, however, is not in a hurry to part with his former ward.
- ... ") and literally translate it to "Hurry hurry has no blessings".
- In "No Hurry", the narrator sings about relaxing to forget about his daily problems, and that he "ain't in no hurry today".
- The work was carried out in a hurry and hence the name 'Avchit' (hurry) 'gad' (fort).
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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