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hustle definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to maneuver or work energetically and quickly: We hustled getting supper ready punctually.
    • To press or force a person's way.
    • to do something aggressively, especially in business dealings.
    • Slang to acquire some thing by deceitful or illicit means; training theft or swindling.
    • Slang To solicit consumers. Applied of a pimp or prostitute.
    • Slang To misrepresent a person's ability to deceive someone, particularly in gambling.
    • To press or crows; to make your way; to maneuver hustily and with confusion; a hurry.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To drive or express in a hurried or harsh way: hustled the prisoner into a van.
    • To cause or encourage to continue quickly; rush: hustled the board into a fast choice.
    • Slang to market or make do dubious or hostile means: hustled taken watches; hustling spare change.
    • Slang To pressure into purchasing or doing one thing: a barfly hustling the other clients for beverages.
    • Slang To misrepresent a person's skill in (a-game or task) to be able to deceive somebody, especially in betting: hustle pool.
    • To shake collectively in confusion; to push, jostle, or audience rudely; to undertake about.
  • noun:
    • The work or an instance of jostling or shoving.
    • Energetic activity; drive.
    • Slang An illicit or unethical way of doing business or obtaining money; a fraud or deceit: "the most dangerous and wide-open drug hustle of them all” ( Newsweek).
    • A state of busy activity.
    • a form of disco party. See Wikipedia:Hustle (dance) to find out more.
    • a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade an individual purchase pointless property
    • a rapid active commotion
  • verb:
    • To rush or hurry.
    • To con or deceive; especially financially.
    • To bundle, to stow one thing quickly.
    • To dancing the hustle (see Wikipedia:Hustle (dance))
    • To play deliberately defectively at a game or sport so as to encourage players to challenge.
    • to offer intercourse, to get results as a pimp.
    • is a prostitute, to exchange using one's body for sexual purposes for cash.
    • move or cause to maneuver energetically or busily
    • pressure or encourage somebody into an action
    • offer one thing to or acquire one thing from by energetic and especially underhanded task
    • manage trying difficult
    • cause to maneuver furtively and hurriedly
  • others:
    • To shake or throw together confusedly or in a disorderly fashion; shove about, as by crowding; jostle: since, to hustle things taken care of; he was hustled off the training course.
    • To press or crowd; go about with difficulty, like in a crowd; shuffle or shamble hurriedly.
    • To make haste; move or act energetically: as, come, hustle now.
    • To shake-up the halfpence in the game of pitch and hustle. See under.
    • To inveigle into dishonest games.
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