ry = ry(状态) = 附属物的状态→助手
carry = car(装载) + ry(状态) = 装载,负担的状态→携带, 运送
For all his hurry, he wasn't making a mess.
His helmet had slipped off his head because in his hurry he had not fastened it properly under his chin.
He nearly stumbled in his hurry to get away.
You were leaving town in a hurry, Mr. Muller.
n. in a hurry：轻易地；乐意地
You won't beat him in a hurry.
We won't go there again in a hurry.
n. there's no hurry;I am in no hurry：不着急
I'll need to talk with you, but there's no hurry.
`I am in no particular hurry,' he insisted.
You have plenty of time. What's the hurry?
n. to be in no hurry to sth：不急于做某事
I love it at St Mirren so I am in no hurry to go anywhere.
I'm not in any hurry.
He was always in a hurry.
Kate was in a hurry to grow up, eager for knowledge and experience.
Eric left the barge in a hurry.
We'll have to hurry.
She had to hurry home and look after her son.
They hurried to help him.
Mrs Hardie hurried to make up for her tactlessness by asking her guest about his holiday.
He got off the train and hurried in to see his boss.
You're always hurrying me: you're so impatient!
Rachel hurried him to his bed.
She hurried her work, unnerved by the strangers watching.
The President attempted to hurry the process of independence.