If you are in a hurry to do something, you need or want to do something quickly. If you do something in a hurry, you do it quickly or suddenly. Kate was in a hurry to grow up, eager for knowledge and experience
If you hurry someone to a place or into a situation, you try to make them go to that place or get into that situation quickly. They say they are not going to be hurried into any decision I don't want to hurry you. = rush
a condition of urgency making it necessary to hurry; "in a hurry to lock the door
If you are in no hurry to do something, you are very unwilling to do it. I love it at St Mirren so I'm in no hurry to go anywhere
If you hurry to do something, you start doing it as soon as you can, or try to do it quickly. Mrs Hardie hurried to make up for her tactlessness by asking her guest about his holiday There was no longer any reason to hurry
If you say to someone `There's no hurry' or `I'm in no hurry' you are telling them that there is no need for them to do something immediately. I'll need to talk with you, but there's no hurry
If you hurry somewhere, you go there as quickly as you can. Claire hurried along the road Bob hurried to join him, and they rode home together
If you tell someone to hurry up, you are telling them do something more quickly than they were doing. Franklin told Howe to hurry up and take his bath; otherwise, they'd miss their train Hurry up with that coffee, will you
If you hurry something up or hurry it along, you make it happen faster or sooner than it would otherwise have done. if you want to hurry up the application process Petter saw no reason to hurry the divorce along. = speed up
Someone who is hurried does things more quickly than they should because they do not have much time to do them. Parisians on the street often looked worried, hurried and unfriendly. = rushed. done more quickly than usual = rushed leisurely
A hurried action is done suddenly, in reaction to something that has just happened. Downing Street denied there had been a hurried overnight redrafting of the text. + hurriedly hur·ried·ly The moment she saw it, she blushed and hurriedly left the room
[ h&r-E, h&-rE ] (verb.) 1592. Middle English horyen, horien, perhaps a variant of Middle English hurren 'to vibrate rapidly, buzz', or from Old English *horrian, *hurrian 'to be quick, hurry', all from Proto-Germanic *hurzōnan 'to be quick' (compare Middle High German hurren 'to hasten', Old Swedish hurra 'to whirl around'), from Proto-Indo-European *k̑ers-, *kors- 'to run, hurry'. Akin to Old English horsc 'quick, clever', Old Saxon horsk 'sharp, snell', Old High German horsc 'sharp, snell', Old High German hurscan 'to rush, accelerate', Old Norse horskr 'clever, quick-witter, dapper' (compare Welsh carrog 'torrent', Latin currere 'to run', Tocharian A/B kursär/kwärsar 'league; course, path', Lithuanian karsiu 'to go quickly', Ancient Greek epíkouros 'running to help'). Related to horse, rush.
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