sabrsiz, besabr, betoqat
Adjective(1) restless or short-tempered under delay or opposition(2) (usually followed by `to'
(1) People are just too impatient to get where they want to go.(2) In the meantime, those pushing for streamlining of the system are getting impatient for change.(3) Letting out an impatient sigh, Jackie felt the world move in slow motion.(4) Therefore, although impatient for the morning, I slept soundly and had no need of cheering dreams.(5) But I am still impatient for a medal and having missed out on competing in the individual competition this time I really want to get one in the relay.(6) Even those who felt liberated, however, are impatient for a government they can call their own.(7) I guessed the fact that it was Friday was making her more impatient than usual.(8) Can I be forgiven for becoming a bit impatient here?(9) an impatient driver(10) If you're getting impatient for your 15 minutes of fame it's time to make your move.(11) he was impatient to play(12) Sometimes he sounds impatient with the necessary formality of the interview contract.(13) she was getting impatient(14) Just some people are too impatient to see it, or they don't take it for what it is.(15) Even colleagues who have happily signed up to support his candidature admit that they are impatient for his real views to become clear.(16) in a loud, impatient voice
1. restless ::
2. anxious ::
3. irritated ::
4. raring ::
1. indifferent ::
Different Formsimpatient, impatiently
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