Hindi translation of 'scurry'
scurry/ˈskʌri, Am ˈskɜːri ˈस्करी Am ˈस्कअरी/
Word forms: scurries, scurrying, scurried
2. transitive verb
1. intransitive verb
When people or small animals scurry somewhere, they move quickly and hurriedly, especially because they are frightened.भागनातेज़ दौड़ना
The attack began, sending people scurrying for cover.
2. transitive verb
If people scurry to do something, they do it as quickly as they can.जल्दी-जल्दी करना
Reporters scurried to find telephones.
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Example Sentences Including 'scurry'
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I scurried for cover as the old fighter circled and returned for a second pass.THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)
The scurrying around may be imagined.Plane Speaking - a personal view of aviation history (1991)
Much scurrying about and golf clubs down trouser legs ensue.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
People were scurrying for shelter.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The rodents could be heard scurrying about under the beds.The Sun (2009)
The spectators have scurried for cover.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Then they scurried back and shut the window.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They shot away, scurrying in all directions.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Where once the population scurried for cover during the siege, today the cobbled streets of the old town were crammed with young people.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
In the snarl of weeds near the fountain, something moved with a scurrying little sound.A Time of War (1993)
When she looked down she could see all sorts of people scurrying round the ward.A Time of War (1993)
Wulfgar roamed the place for a while seeing to its appointments as the man scurried about informing his family of the move.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
Faced with uncertain economic climes, we are scurrying back to the warm embrace of the stodgy sweet.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
And on the surrounding pavements, people scurried like ants.The Sun (2013)
Nor was it the overpowering smell or the rodents scurrying around just out of sight.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
One or two monks in robes averted their eyes from the foreigner and scurried away.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: scurry VERB
When people or small animals scurry somewhere, they move there quickly and hurriedly, especially because they are frightened.
The heavy rain sent residents scurrying for cover.
Translation of scurry from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary