in. to move rapidly; to hurry. : It's late. I've got to hustle.
n. hurried movement; confusion. : I can't work when there is all this hustle around me.
n. a scheme to make money; a special technique for making money. (Underworld. This includes drug dealing, prostitution, and other vice activities.) : Each of these punks has a hustle—a specialty in crime. , We all know what Shorty's hustle is.
in. to use one's special technique for making money. : He's out there on the streets hustling all the time.
tv. to use a scheme on a person to try to make money; to consomeone. : Don't try to hustle me, sister. I know which end is up.
tv. to attempt to seduce someone. : I think that Britney's hustling Max.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition. Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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