Haste

1. имя существительное 1) поспешность, торопливость; спешка Например: in haste — в спешке to be in (no) haste — (не) спешить to make haste — спешить, торопиться Make haste! — Поторапливайся! - in haste - in all haste Синоним(ы): speed, hurry, hastle, precipitancy, rashness 2) неосмотрительность, неосторожность, опрометчивость Например: More haste, less speed. пословица Тише едешь, дальше будешь. Haste makes waste. пословица Поспешишь - людей насмешишь. 2. устаревшее; смотри значение hasten

Большой англо-русский словарь

Haste

Идиомы со словом "haste": - haste makes waste - make haste slowly - marry in haste, and repent at leisure - more haste, less speed

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

Haste

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English hǣst violence 1. rapidity of motion ; swiftness 2. rash or headlong action ; precipitateness
Example: the beauty of speed uncontaminated by hasteHarper's 3. undue eagerness to act Synonyms: haste, hurry, speed, expedition, dispatch mean quickness in movement or action. haste applies to personal action and implies urgency and precipitancy and often rashness
Example: marry in haste. hurry often has a strong suggestion of agitated bustle or confusion
Example: in the hurry of departure she forgot her toothbrush. speed suggests swift efficiency in movement or action
Example: exercises to increase your reading speed. expedition and dispatch both imply speed and efficiency in handling affairs but expedition stresses ease or efficiency of performance and dispatch stresses promptness in concluding matters
Example: the case came to trial with expedition
Example: paid bills with dispatch. II. verb (hasted; hasting) transitive verb archaic to urge on ; hasten intransitive verb to move or act swiftly

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