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はやく
もう入れる。。。から

The character is standing in front of a wardrobe with something in his hands and the other character tells him this.

From context the only thing I can gather is "Hurry up and put the thing in", but why?

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Simply yes. It may be simlar to Quick, which works as an imperative without be.

You can think there is しろ or して omitted after はやく. (はやくして/はやくしろ sounds stronger).

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