hustle

US [ˈhʌs(ə)l]
UK ['hʌs(ə)l]
  • v.推搡;猛推;催促(某人作决定);(常指非法地)兜售
  • n.忙碌喧嚣
  • Web飞天大盗;斗智天王;强夺
Simple Present:hustles  Present Participle:hustling  Past Tense:hustled  
hustle
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb + adv./prep.
推搡;猛推to make sb move quickly by pushing them in a rough aggressive way
He grabbed her arm and hustled her out of the room.
他抓住她的胳膊把她推出房间。
2.
[t]
~ sb (into sth)
催促(某人作决定)to force sb to make a decision before they are ready or sure
3.
[t][i]
(informal)
~ (sth)
(常指非法地)兜售,取得to sell or obtain sth, often illegally
to hustle dope
兜售麻醉品
They survive by hustling on the streets.
他们靠沿街兜售为生。
4.
[i]
(informal)
强行;强迫;硬干to act in an aggressive way or with a lot of energy
5.
[i]
当妓女to work as a prostitute
n.
1.
[u]
忙碌喧嚣busy noisy activity of a lot of people in one place
We escaped from the hustle and bustle of the city for the weekend.
我们周末时躲开了城市的拥挤喧嚣。

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