a. big hurry
Vi ayer a Lucía, pero iba con mucha prisa y me dijo que me llamaría hoy.I saw Lucia yesterday, but she was in a big hurry and told me she'd call me today.
b. great hurry
Tenemos mucha prisa porque son las cinco y el tren sale a y cuarto.We're in a great hurry because it's five o'clock, and the train leaves at a quarter past.
c. big rush
Tenían mucha prisa por comprar una casa y al final compraron una carísima que ni siquiera les gusta.They were in a big rush to buy a house and they eventually bought a very expensive one that they don't even like.
d. great rush
No tengo mucha prisa, pero tampoco puedo quedarme demasiado rato.I'm not in a great rush, but I can't stay too long either.
e. big haste
Roberto se dio mucha prisa en hacer la tarea y la hizo mal.Roberto did his homework in a big haste and he did it badly.
f. great haste
Se marcharon con mucha prisa, pero no dijeron adónde iban.They left in great haste, but they didn't say where they were going.
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