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Hurry in Spanish 🇪🇸


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hurry prisa
How to say “hurry” in Spanish? “Prisa”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “prisa” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on hurry in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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La prisa…

…is la madre de imperfección.

a year ago

Synonyms

premura (haste), rapidez (speed), aceleración (acceleration)

6 months ago

Origin

Derived from Latin “prēsse” (haste)

6 months ago

Pronunciation

Normal speech: PREE-sah
IPA: /ˈpɾisa/

8 months ago

Memory trick

Pressed for time

8 months ago

Prisa memory tip

Don’t be in such a prisa big hurry

9 months ago

prisa info.

Tips to remember the word “prisa”:
– Associate “prisa” with “press” since the words sound somewhat similar, and you often press to do things when you’re in a hurry.
– Visualize someone rushing or running quickly, and think of the word “prisa” to pair the action with the Spanish term.

Explanations:
“Prisa” is a noun in Spanish that translates to “hurry” or “rush” in English. It refers to the state or condition of needing to act quickly or to do something in a short amount of time.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Apuro” (which can also mean trouble)
– “Urgencia” (refers more to urgency, but it gives a sense of needing to hurry)
– “Celeridad” (speed, swiftness)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– While “prisa” doesn’t have widespread slang meanings, it can colloquially express the idea of being in a tight situation or being pressed for time.

Examples of sentences that use “prisa”:
– “Tengo prisa, así que no puedo quedarme a hablar.” (I’m in a hurry, so I can’t stay and talk.)
– “No te tomes tanta prisa; todavía tenemos tiempo.” (Don’t rush so much; we still have time.)
– “Hicieron el trabajo con prisa y quedó mal hecho.” (They did the work hurriedly, and it was done poorly.)
– “Siempre tiene prisa en las mañanas antes de ir al trabajo.” (She’s always in a hurry in the mornings before going to work.)
– “¿Por qué esa prisa? Relájate un poco.” (Why the rush? Relax a bit.)

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