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  • verb
    /ˈhʌsəl/ hustles; hustled; hustling /ˈhʌsəlɪŋ/
    [+ obj] :to quickly move or push (someone) often in a rough way
    [no obj] chiefly US
    to move or work in a quick and energetic way
    If we want to catch that buswe're going to have to hustle. [=rush]
    to play a sport with a lot of energy and effort
    US informal
    to get (something, such as money) in an illegal or improper way [+ obj]
    [+ obj] :to sell (something illegal, such as drugs)
    [+ obj] informal
    to take something and especially money from (someone) by lying or doing something unfair :to swindle or cheat (someone)
    b chiefly US :to earn money by playing (a gambling game) and especially by playing against people who are less skillful than you are
    [no obj] US informal :to work as a prostitute
    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 upsome tickets to tonight's game.
    Let's see if we can hustle up some grub. [=find something to eat]
    plural hustles
    [noncount] energetic activity
    I enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city.
    b chiefly US :effort and energy in playing a sport
    The fans admire him for his hustle.
    [count] informal :a dishonest plan for getting money
    She's always trying some kind of hustle [=scamon the street.

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