hustle

  • 1 HUSTLE — Acrónimo Hustle Tipo Empresa pública Género Puroresu Entretenimiento deportivo Fundación …

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  • 2 Hustle — may mean:lang*Hustle, to use a gambling technique in which a player hides his/her true skill while betting on billiards games in order to trick the opponent into significantly raising the stakes, and only then playing at full capability (or in a… …

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  • 3 Hustle — bezeichnet: einen Gesellschaftstanz, siehe Discofox einen Nummer eins Hit von Van McCoy, „The Hustle“ den Originaltitel des US amerikanischen Kinofilms Straßen der Nacht einen US amerikanischen Fernsehfilm, siehe Hustle (Fernsehfilm) die… …

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  • 4 hustle up — [phrasal verb] hustle up (something) or hustle (something) up US, informal : to quickly get or find (something) I ll try to hustle up [=rustle up] some tickets to tonight s game …

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  • 5 HUSTLE — (catch) HUSTLE est une fédération de catch japonaise gérée par Nobuhiko Takada, créée en 2004, qui vise à relancer le catch au Japon. Elle se fonde en grande partie sur la caricature, ce qui fait son charme. La fédération est divisée en deux… …

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  • 6 Hustle — [hʌsl] der; [s], s <aus gleichbed. engl. hustle zu to hustle »(sich) drängen, treiben«, dies aus (mittel)niederl. husselen »sich schwingend bewegen«>: a) (in den 1970er Jahren beliebter) Linientanz, bei dem die Tanzenden in Reihen stehen u …

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  • 7 Hustle — Hus tle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Hustled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Hustling}.] [D. hustelen to shake, fr. husten to shake. Cf. {Hotchpotch}.] To shake together in confusion; to push, jostle, or crowd rudely; to handle roughly; as, to hustle a person out of …

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  • 8 hustle — ► VERB 1) push roughly; jostle. 2) informal, chiefly N. Amer. obtain illicitly or by forceful action or persuasion. 3) (hustle into) coerce or pressure into. 4) N. Amer. informal engage in prostitution. ► NOUN 1) busy movement a …

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  • 9 hustle — [hus′əl] vt. hustled, hustling [Du hutseln, husselen, to shake up (coins, lots), freq. of MDu hutsen, to shake] 1. to push or knock about; shove or jostle in a rude, rough manner 2. to force in a rough, hurried manner [to hustle a rowdy customer… …

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  • 10 Hustle — Hus tle, v. i. To push or crows; to force one s way; to move hustily and with confusion; a hurry. [1913 Webster] Leaving the king, who had hustled along the floor with his dress worfully arrayed. Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 hustle — index haste, hasten, jostle (bump into), race Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 hustle — (izg. hȁsl) m DEFINICIJA glazb. ples udvoje 1970 ih ETIMOLOGIJA engl.: gužva, vreva …

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  • 13 hustle — [v] hurry; work hurriedly apply oneself, be conscientious, bulldoze*, bustle, elbow, fly, force, haste, hasten, hotfoot*, impel, jog, press, push, race, rush, shove, speed, thrust, use elbow grease*; concepts 91,150 Ant. dally, delay,… …

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  • 14 hustle — I UK [ˈhʌs(ə)l] / US verb Word forms hustle : present tense I/you/we/they hustle he/she/it hustles present participle hustling past tense hustled past participle hustled 1) [transitive] to make someone go quickly where you want them to go, or to… …

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  • 15 hustle — f“hasl] 1. in. to move rapidly; to hurry. □ Come on, hustle, you guys. □ It’s late. I’ve got to hustle. 2. n. hurried movement; confusion. □ All the hustle and confusion made it hard to concentrate. □ …

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  • 16 Hustle — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Hustle peut faire référence à : Hustle, un film américain de Robert Aldrich sorti en 1975 ; Hustle, un téléfilm de 2004 ; Hustle, une série …

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  • 17 Hustle — Hus|tle auch: Hust|le 〈[hʌ̣s(ə)l] m. 6; Mus.〉 in Amerika entstandener Gesellschaftstanz, der paarweise (bes. in Diskotheken) getanzt wird [engl., eigtl. „Gedränge, Eile“] * * * Hus|tle [hʌsl], der; [s], s [engl. hustle = Gedränge, Gewühl]: a)… …

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  • 18 hustle — hus|tle1 [ hʌsl ] verb 1. ) transitive to make someone go quickly where you want them to go or do what you want them to do: As soon as he arrived in the country, he was hustled off to prison. She d been hustled into selling the house too quickly …

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  • 19 hustle — {{11}}hustle (n.) pushing activity; activity in the interest of success, 1891, Amer.Eng., from HUSTLE (Cf. hustle) (v.); earlier it meant a shaking together (1715). Sense of illegal business activity is by 1963, Amer.Eng. As a name of a popular… …

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  • 20 hustle — [[t]hʌ̱s(ə)l[/t]] hustles, hustling, hustled 1) VERB If you hustle someone, you try to make them go somewhere or do something quickly, for example by pulling or pushing them along. [V n prep/adv] The guards hustled Harry out of the car... [V n… …

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