hurriedly


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hur·ried

 (hûr′ēd, hŭr′-)
adj.
1.
a. Moving or acting rapidly.
b. Required to move or act more rapidly; rushed.
2. Done in great haste: a hurried tour.

hur′ried·ly adv.
hur′ried·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.hurriedly - in a hurried or hasty manner; "the way they buried him so hurriedly was disgraceful"; "hastily, he scanned the headlines"; "sold in haste and at a sacrifice"
unhurriedly - without haste; "she proceeded unhurriedly"

hurriedly

adverb hastily, quickly, briskly, speedily, in a rush, at the double, hurry-scurry students hurriedly taking notes
Translations
بِتَسَرُّع
chvatně
hastigtskyndsomt
à la hâteà la sauvette
sietõsen
flausturslega
unáhlene
naglo
aceleyletelâşla

hurriedly

[ˈhʌrɪdlɪ] ADV [go, dress] → apresuradamente, a toda prisa; [study, look at, read] → por encima, rápidamente; [write] → apresuradamente, a vuela pluma
Tim hurriedly made his excuses and leftTim se excusó atropelladamente y se marchó
he rose and hurriedly leftse levantó y se marchó precipitadamente
"it doesn't matter," she said hurriedly-no importa -se apresuró a decir ella

hurriedly

[ˈhʌridli] adv [eat, dress] → précipitamment, à la hâte; [arrange, prepare, assemble] → en hâte

hurriedly

adv (= rapidly)eilig, hastig; sayhastig; leavein großer Eile; a hurriedly arranged press conferenceeine hastig einberufene Pressekonferenz

hurriedly

[ˈhʌrɪdlɪ] advin fretta (e furia)

hurry

(ˈhari) , ((American) ˈhə:ri) verb
1. to (cause to) move or act quickly, often too quickly. You'd better hurry if you want to catch that bus; If you hurry me, I'll make mistakes.
2. to convey quickly. After the accident, the injured man was hurried to the hospital.
noun
1. the act of doing something quickly, often too quickly. In his hurry to leave, he fell and broke his arm.
2. the need to do something quickly. Is there any hurry for this job?
ˈhurried adjective
1. done quickly, often too quickly. This was a very hurried piece of work.
2. (negative unhurried) forced to do something quickly, often too quickly. I hate feeling hurried.
ˈhurriedly adverb
in a hurry
1. acting quickly. I did this in a hurry.
2. wishing or needing to act quickly. I'm in a hurry.
3. soon; easily. You won't untie this knot in a hurry.
4. eager. I'm in a hurry to see my new house.
hurry up
to (cause to) move quickly. Hurry him up, will you; Do hurry up!
References in classic literature ?
The elderly lady who had been sitting with the old aunt rose hurriedly and overtook Prince Vasili in the anteroom.
I have never yet asked you for anything and I never will again, nor have I ever reminded you of my father's friendship for you; but now I entreat you for God's sake to do this for my son- and I shall always regard you as a benefactor," she added hurriedly.
returned the other, chinking a few shillings together, and hurriedly pressing them into his hand.
The dialogue had passed as hurriedly as the words could be spoken, and they stood in his wretched room before he had had time to recover from his first surprise.
I did not expect you," he said, hurriedly, with a look that made her stop.
An old woman opened to them and bowed low to Parfen, who asked her some questions hurriedly, but did not wait to hear her answer.
a high-pitched voice shouted, and a seven-year-old boy in a black sheepskin coat, new white felt boots, and a warm cap, ran hurriedly out of the house into the yard.
Don't let Leslie suspect you know her secret," said Anne hurriedly.
I begs yer pardon," apologized the girl, hurriedly.
though I've no right to ask such a question," he added hurriedly.
Had some one spun the top with him, it would have vanished; and presently, no doubt at the bidding of an oath I could not hear, he hurriedly thrust the top into his pocket, and once more joined the straining group of men.
It seemed A muffled march of soldiers hurriedly Sped to the night attack with muffled mouths, When no command is heard, only the tramp Of men and horses onward.