hastily

英 ['heɪstɪlɪ] 美 ['hestɪli]
  • adv. 匆忙地;急速地;慌忙地
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hastily (adv.)
c. 1300, "quickly," from hasty + -ly (2). Meaning "rashly, without due consideration" is 1580s. Old English hæstlice meant "violently."
1. I hastily packed the hamper and lugged it to the car.
我匆忙装好食品篮,吃力地把它拎上车子。

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2. Chairs were hastily placed in rows for the parents.
椅子匆忙摆成了几排,等着家长们到来。

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3. She wrote it hastily and messily on a scrap of paper.
她在一张纸片上匆忙而潦草地写了下来。

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4. Perhaps you shouldn't brush the idea aside too hastily.
也许你不应该太仓促地否定这个想法。

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5. Geoff hastily pushed the drawer back into place.
杰夫匆忙把抽屉推回去。

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