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haste British & World English

Excessive speed or urgency of movement or action; hurry

post-haste British & World English

With great speed or immediacy

more haste, less speed British & World English

You make better progress with a task if you don’t try to do it too quickly

marry in haste, repent at leisure British & World English

Those who rush impetuously into marriage may spend a long time regretting doing so

more haste, less speed in haste British & World English

You make better progress with a task if you don’t try to do it too quickly

marry in haste, repent at leisure in marry1 British & World English

Those who rush impetuously into marriage may spend a long time regretting doing so

haste English Thesaurus

working with feverish haste

haste English-Spanish

prisa feminine, apuro masculineLatin America/América Latina

post-haste English Thesaurus

he departed post-haste for Venice

make haste in haste English Thesaurus

I made haste down the stairs

to make haste in haste English-Spanish

darse* prisa, apresurarse, apurarse

to do sth in haste in haste English-Spanish

hacer* algo apresuradamente

with the utmost haste/caution in utmost English-Spanish

con la mayor celeridad/cautela

in her/their haste to get away in haste English-Spanish

en su prisa por irse, en su apuro por irse

marry in haste, repent at leisure in haste English-Spanish

antes de que te cases, mira lo que haces