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Definition of: hustle

(husəl) v. hus·tled, hus·tling v.t.
1. To push or knock about roughly or rudely; jostle.
2. To force or impel roughly and hurriedly: to hustle a man from a room.
3. U.S. Colloq. To hurry; cause to proceed rapidly.
4. U.S. Slang a To sell aggressively, as for quick profit. b To obtain by aggressive action. c To dupe; victimize.

5. To push one's way; shove; elbow.
6. U.S. Colloq. To act or work with energy and speed.
7. U.S. Slang To be a prostitute.
8. U.S. Slang To live by one's wits, as by gambling, petty thievery, etc.
9. In sports, to put forth extra effort.

1. The act of hustling.
2. Colloq. Energetic activity; push.
3. U.S. Slang A way of getting money illegitimately, as by fraud or thievery; a racket. [<Du hutselen shake, toss] Synonyms (verb): crowd, elbow, hasten, hurry, jam, jostle, push, rush, shove. Antonyms: dally, dawdle, delay, hold back, loaf.

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