a toda prisa
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a toda prisa
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. very quickly
No sonó el despertador, así que desayunamos a toda prisa y salimos para el aeropuerto.The alarm didn't go off so we had breakfast very quickly and left for the airport.
b. very fast
Un camión de bomberos avanzaba a toda prisa entre el tráfico.A fire engine was driving very fast through the traffic.
c. as quickly as possible
Por favor, llama a una ambulancia y diles que vengan a toda prisa.Please call an ambulance and tell them to come here as quickly as possible.
d. as fast as possible
La policía pedía a la gente que saliera del edificio a toda prisa.Police were asking people to leave the building as fast as possible.
e. in a hurry
Redactamos las conclusiones del informe a toda prisa, por eso tiene errores.We wrote down the conclusions of the report in a hurry, that's why it has mistakes.
Catalina respondió a toda prisa que ella no sabía nada de eso.Catalina replied hurriedly that she didn't know anything about it.
g. in a rush
Terminé mi trabajo a toda prisa. Lo único que tenía en mente era disfrutar de la noche del viernes.I finished my work in a rush. All I had in mind was to enjoy the Friday evening.
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