One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
hurry up, get a move on, be quick
get cracking, get moving, get on with it, shake a leg, look lively, look sharp, get one's finger out, pull one's finger out, get weaving, rattle one's dags
British get one's skates on, stir one's stumps
North American get a wiggle on
NZ Australian get a wriggle on
South African put foot
dated make haste
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