<美，非正>耍诡计骗钱的人; 精力充沛、能干的人; <美，俚>妓女
He's a real hustler.
To him the big trunk hustler was a subject for private contempt.
There's nothing worse than a hustler with bad timing.
"I was an eager hustler and a reluctant artist," he writes.
In order to be a successful freelancer, you must be a good hustler.
I don't want to appear a hustler,...but it feels to me like hours since I asked you how the catastrophe really occurred.
来自J. K. Jerome
If you refer to someone as a hustler, you mean that they try to earn money or gain an advantage from situations they are in by using dishonest or illegal methods.
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...an insurance hustler.
A hustler is a prostitute, especially a male prostitute.
He’s a real hustler.
1. a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets
2. a shrewd or unscrupulous person who knows how to circumvent difficulties