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  1. hurry

    • IPA[ˈhʌri]

    英式

    • v.
      move or act with great haste;do something more quickly
    • n.
      great haste;a need for haste; urgency
    • noun: hurry

    • verb: hurry, 3rd person present: hurries, gerund or present participle: hurrying, past tense: hurried, past participle: hurried

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move or act with great haste:

      we'd better hurry

      servants hurried around

    • 2. do something more quickly:

      hurry up and finish your meal

    • 3. cause to move with haste:

      she hurried him across the landing

    • 4. do or finish (something) quickly or too quickly:

      formalities were hurried over

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. great haste:

      in my hurry to leave I knocked over a pile of books

    • 2. a need for haste; urgency:

      there's no hurry to get back

    • adj. done in a hurry; rushed:

    • I ate a hurried breakfast

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    • adj. done in a hurry; rushed:

    • I ate a hurried breakfast

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    • adj.
      hurried and disorderly:
    • a hurry-scurry retreat
    • adv.
      in a hurried and disordered way:
    • the mob fled hurry-scurry
    • n.
      disorderly haste; confused hurrying:
    • all was now hurry-scurry

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    • adj.
      hurried and disorderly:
    • a hurry-scurry retreat
    • adv.
      in a hurried and disordered way:
    • the mob fled hurry-scurry
    • n.
      disorderly haste; confused hurrying:
    • all was now hurry-scurry

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    • adj. showing, involving, or requiring haste or urgency:

    • this dish is especially good when you're in a hurry-up day

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    • adj. showing, involving, or requiring haste or urgency:

    • the hurry-up atmosphere of the court contributed to the mistake

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    • ph. moving or acting without haste or urgency

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    • ph. rushed; in a rushed manner

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    • IPA[ˈhərē]

    美式

    • v.
      move or act with great haste:
    • we'd better hurry

      servants hurried around

    • n.
      great haste:
    • in my hurry to leave I knocked over a pile of books

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  2. 知識+

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      Hurry當動詞可以用作"催促"的意思~~ A催促B (A hurries B.) 也可以解釋成匆忙~~ 他趕回家 (He hurried home.) 當名詞的時候也是匆忙的意思,有片語in a hurry Hurry up...

    • 關於英文 hurry up和 quickly 用法分別

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    • hurry音標

      (老師說沒有 r ,是因為他沒有看到 r) hurry 的 KK 音標 [ʹhɝɪ], 好像沒 /r/ ,但其實有 [r] 的音。你看 /ɝ/ 右上角...國際音標符號,標注美國發音。所以在台灣都說 KK 音標就是美國音。 而 hurry 這個字,KK 音標注 [ʹhɝɪ] ,表示大部分美國讀書人這樣念,但在 ...