Hustle

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Hustle means 'to move quickly and with purpose'; it most commonly refers to:

  • Hustle (verb), to work hard (lawfully or unlawfully), especially in a freelance manner. Derived meanings:
    • Hustle (noun), the tradecraft of a hustler, who deceives others by hustling, usually in sports
    • Hustle (noun), a confidence trick perpetrated by a grifter or other scam artist
    • Hustle (verb), to seek money by criminal or shady enterprise, especially pimping, prostitution, or drug dealing (this usage is principally American slang)

Hustle or The Hustle may also refer to:

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