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We must hurry or we'll be late.
Alex had to hurry home, but I decided to stay.
She hurried along the corridor towards his office.
He hurried through the streets until he reached Bill's house.
The telephone suddenly rang and she hurried to answer it.
This is the British English definition of hurry. View American English definition of hurry.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want
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