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Etymology 1Edit

From Old East Slavic спѣшити (spěšiti), Proto-Slavic *spěšiti (to hurry), from *spěxъ (haste), from *spěti (to advance, ripen, hurry) + *-xъ. Equivalently from спех (spex), from спеть (spetʹ).

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  • IPA(key): [spʲɪˈʂɨtʲ]
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спеши́ть (spešítʹimpf (perfective заспеши́ть or поспеши́ть)

  1. to hurry, to hasten, to make haste, to be in a hurry
  2. to be fast (said of clocks, watches)
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Etymology 2Edit

с- (s-) +‎ пе́ший (péšij) +‎ -ить (-itʹ)

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спе́шить (spéšitʹpf (imperfective спе́шивать)

  1. to cause to dismount (from a horse or bicycle, get out of a vehicle)
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