Definitions for hurry up

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  1. hurry up(Verb)

    To hurry; to increase the speed of doing something.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Allan Berliant:

    I think the big takeaway from my conversations has been a general feeling amongst the network of which I ’m a part that Hillary Clinton should hurry up and announce.

  2. Felix Lopez:

    They say it will happen over the long term, but if the term is really long, I'm not going to see it. I'm 65 years old, this is a population of seniors. Both sides need to hurry up because every day there is greater need.

  3. Adam Olenn:

    I had the song ‘Let It Go’ in my head. I mentioned it to our Head of School, Matt Glendinning [who stars in the video]. We came up with the idea about two or three weeks ago, we had Justin Peters, the choral director, record the song. And we did the last scene on Friday. Our students appear in it as well. When we saw the forecast, we had to hurry up to get the editing done.

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