hurry up

This page is about the phrasal verb hurry up.

Meaning: If you hurry up, you try to do something faster.

For example:

  • hurry up I told my girlfriend to hurry up or we'd miss the start of the movie.

  • hurry up We were too late to catch the train. We should have hurried up and got there sooner.

Quick Quiz:

If we don't hurry up, we'll

a. book our flight

b. miss our flight

c. catch our flight

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Contributor: Matt Errey