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hurry–up

adjective hur·ry–up \ˈhər-ē-ˌəp, ˈhə-rē-\

Definition of HURRY-UP

:  speeded up :  completed in a hurry <a hurry–up dinner>

First Known Use of HURRY-UP

1902

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