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    hurry down vs hurry up?

    I've heard "hurry up" a lot, but "hurry down" is new to me. What's the difference between the two?

    ex)...So hurry down to the theater's box office and get your tickets.

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    #2

    Re: hurry down vs hurry up?

    Are the following sentences correct ?
    So hurry up to the theater's box office and get your tickets
    Or :
    So hurry up the theater's box office and get your tickets
    I searched it on Google and I saw some sentences as follow :
    # Hurry up the cakes.
    # Hurry up the treasures.
    ( Though Goggle search is a wrong way to learn Perfect English)

    Thank you........

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