Übersetzung von “hurry” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /ˈhʌr·i/ us /ˈhɜr·i, ˈhʌr·i/ present participle hurrying, past tense and past participle hurried

A2 to move or to do things quickly

darse prisa
Please hurry – the train is about to leave.

Phrasal Verb(s)

noun uk /ˈhʌr·i/ us /ˈhɜr·i, ˈhʌr·i/
be in a hurry

B1 If you are in a hurry, you need to do something quickly.

tener prisa
I was in a hurry so I took a taxi.

(Übersetzung von “hurry” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


verb /ˈhari, (American) ˈhəːri/ (past tense, past participle hurried)

to (cause to) move or act quickly, often too quickly

darse prisa (intransitivo); meter prisa (transitivo); aligerar, acelerar
You’d better hurry if you want to catch that bus
If you hurry me, I’ll make mistakes.

to convey quickly

llevar deprisa/a toda prisa/urgentemente
After the accident, the injured man was hurried to the hospital.
hurried adjective

done quickly, often too quickly

apresurado, hecho deprisa
This was a very hurried piece of work.

(opposite unhurried) forced to do something quickly, often too quickly

I hate feeling hurried.
hurriedly adverb

con prisa, apresuradamente
She hurriedly packed her things in a suitcase.
in a hurry

acting quickly

deprisa, rápidamente, apresuradamente
I did this in a hurry.

wishing or needing to act quickly

(tener) prisa, (estar/ir) con prisa
I’m in a hurry.

soon; easily

rápidamente, fácilmente
You won’t untie this knot in a hurry.


impaciente/ansioso (por), deseando
I’m in a hurry to see my new house.
hurry up phrasal verb

to (cause to) move quickly

apresurar, meter prisa; apresurarse, aligerar, darse prisa
Hurry him up, will you
Do hurry up!

(Übersetzung von “hurry” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)