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hustle

verb /ˈhasl/
to push quickly and roughly
empujar, echar a empellones
The man was hustled out of the office.
to make (someone) act quickly
empujar, meter prisa
Don’t try to hustle me into making a sudden decision.
(American) to swindle; to obtain something dishonestly or illegally
estafar, timar
The car dealer tried to hustle us.
(American) to sell or earn one’s living by illegal means
vivir al margen de la ley; traficar con
He earned a living by hustling on the streets hustle drugs.
(American ) (slang) to work as a prostitute; to solicit clients.
prostituirse, hacer la calle
hustler noun (American, slang) someone who tries to obtain money dishonestly; swindler.
timador, estafador
a prostitute.
puta, ramera (mujer); puto, chapero (hombre)
(informal ) someone (especially in business) who is determined to succeed.
persona ambiciosa
(Definition of hustle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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