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bustle

verb
 
 
/ˈbʌsl/
bustle about/around/in, etc to move around and do things in a quick, busy way
koşuşturmak, telaş içinde sağa sola gidip gelmek
There were lots of shoppers bustling about.Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and active
bustle with sth to be full of people or activity
insan dolu olmak, canlı hareketli olmak, cıvıl cıvıl olmak, yaşam dolu olmak
The town centre was bustling with people.Busy and activeHurrying and doing things quickly
Translations of “bustle”
in Vietnamese hối hả…
in Spanish andar ajetreado…
in Thai วุ่นวาย…
in Malaysian sibuk…
in French (se) démener…
in German herumfuhrwerken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 匆忙做,忙碌…
in Indonesian menyibukkan diri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 匆忙做,忙碌…
(Definition of bustle verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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