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Translation of "hurry" - English-Turkish dictionary

hurry

noun     /ˈhʌri/
be in a hurry
B1 If you are in a hurry, you want or need to do something quickly. acelesi olmak, çabuk olmak If you're in a hurry, it's better to take a taxi.Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and active
be in no hurry; not be in any hurry
If you are in no hurry to do something, either you do not need to do it soon or you do not really want to do it . hiç acelesi olmamak [+ to do sth] They are in no hurry to sign a contract.Laziness and lazy peopleAvoiding action
Translations of “hurry”
in Spanish prisa, urgencia…
in Vietnamese hối hả…
in Thai ความรีบเร่ง…
in Malaysian perlu cepat…
in French nécessité de se presser…
in German die Eile…
in Indonesian keperluan mendesak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 匆忙, 仓促…
in Chinese (Traditional) 匆忙, 倉促…
(Definition of hurry noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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