afanar

Standard

1) to rush

Example
¡Afánate, que vamos a llegar tarde!
Hurry up, we’re gonna be late!

2) to worry

Example
Me afana que no me haya respondido mi profesor.
I’m worried because my professor hasn’t responded.
See also:  tener afan
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