hurryverb [I or T]uk /ˈhʌr.i/ us /ˈhɝː-/
- Come on - we're going to be late if you don't hurry!
- If we hurry, there's still a chance we could catch the plane.
- Clutching the money to his chest, he hurried to the bank.
- She gathered the children up and hurried into the house.
- The owner of the vehicle came hurrying along and turned off the car alarm.
hurrynoun [S]uk /ˈhʌr.i/ us /ˈhɝː-/
- Sorry, I can't talk to you now - I'm in a desperate hurry.
- We left in a hurry and I must have left my keys behind.
- Hey, there's no need to push! What's your hurry?
- In our hurry to get to school on time, Dan left his packed lunch behind.
- Tom was clearly in a hurry to finish the meeting and get to the canteen.