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to overtake / to catch up with / to hurry / to rush / to try to catch (the bus etc) / to drive (cattle etc) forward / to drive (sb) away / to avail oneself of (an opportunity) / until
hurriedly / without delay
at once / immediately
to go to market / to go to a fair
to rush over
to drive out / to turn back
to hurry (to some place)
to keep up with / to catch up with / to overtake / to chance upon / in time for
to pursue / to chase after / to accelerate / to catch up with / to overtake
to drive away
to hurry / to hasten / to make haste
to work as a carter or porter / to transport goods for a living (esp. by donkey)
to hurry / to rush
to hurry to (somewhere)
to kill to the last one (idiom) / to exterminate / to eradicate / ruthless
to go and take an imperial examination
to overtake
to hasten on with one's journey / to hurry on
to drive (vehicle) / to drive out / to chase away / to herd (people towards a gate)
can't keep up with / can't catch up with / cannot overtake
friendly one-upmanship / to try to emulate
to work against the clock / to hurry with work to get it done in time
to drive a cart
(coll.) some day / one of these days
there is still time (to do sth) / to be able to do sth in time / to be able to make it
to keep up with the latest fashion
to drive away / to force out / to repel
to try hard to catch up
lit. to drive a duck onto a perch (idiom) / fig. to push sb to do sth way beyond their ability
as soon as possible / at the first opportunity / the sooner the better / before it's too late
to drive sheep / to herd sheep
not enough time (to do sth) / too late (to do sth)
lit. a meteor catching up with the moon / swift action (idiom)
it's better to hurry at the start than to rush later (idiom)
to drive away
to catch up with England and surpass the USA (economic goal)
lit. if you were eating warm shit, it'd be stone cold by the time you finished it (idiom) / fig. (of a person) too slow / can't keep up
to follow the trend
to exorcise / to drive out evil spirits

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