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haste
Inglés americano: /heɪst/
Inglés británico: /heɪst/

Traducción de haste en español:

noun

uncountable
  • in her/their haste to get away
    en su prisa por irse
    en su apuro por irse (Latin America)
    to do something in haste
    hacer algo apresuradamente
    to make haste
    apresurarse
    apurarse (Latin America)
    they acted with uncharacteristic haste
    actuaron con una presteza or prontitud desacostumbrada en ellos
    more haste, less speed o (in American English also) haste makes waste
    vísteme despacio, que tengo prisa
    marry in haste, repent at leisure
    antes de que te cases, mira lo que haces
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Just over 2 years ago, local government legislation was passed under urgency and in haste.
    • Passion defines your relationships: you either fall for someone at first sight or marry in haste.
    • The writing on the wall was clear - never act in haste to repent at leisure.

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