impatiently

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الإنجليزية - التركية
merakla
dört gözle
sabırsızlıkla

Hiç bir misafir olmadan evde bir akşam geçirmeyi sabırsızlıkla bekliyoruz. - We are waiting impatiently to spend an evening at home with no guests.

Tom sabırsızlıkla bekliyor. - Tom is waiting impatiently.

z. sabırsızlıkla
(zarf) merakla
impatient
sabırsız

Kızını görmek için çok sabırsızdı. - He was very impatient to see his daughter.

Ailesini görmek için sabırsızlanıyordu. - She was impatient to see her family.

impatient
hoşgörüsüz
impatient
{s} aceleci
impatient
telesik
impatient
ivecen
impatient
evegen
impatient
acul
impatient
titiz
await smth. impatiently
merakla beklemek
await something impatiently
merakla beklemek
impatient
müsamahakar olmayan
impatient
içi tez
impatient
impatiently sabırsızllkla
impatient
sinirli

Tom çok sabırsız, sinirli bir kişi. - Tom's a very impatient, angry person.

impatient
impatiencesabırsızlık
impatient
tahammülsüz
impatient
evecen
impatient
hoşgörü sahibi olmayan
impatient
tez canlı

Çocuklar genellikle sabırsız ve tez canlı. - Children are often impatient and restless.

impatient
dayançsız
wait impatiently
sabırsızlıkla beklemek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
in an impatient manner; "he answered her impatiently
without patience
in an impatient manner; "he answered her impatiently"
restlessly, without patience; intolerantly
In an impatient manner
impatient
{s} unable to wait, lacking patience; intolerant; restless
ımpatiently
{a} uneasily, passionately, eagerly
impatient
If you are impatient, you are easily irritated by things. Beware of being too impatient with others + impatiently im·pa·tient·ly `Come on, David,' Harry said impatiently. + impatience im·pa·tience There was a hint of impatience in his tone
impatient
restless or short of temper under delay or opposition; "impatient with the slower students"; "impatient of criticism"
impatient
Not to be borne; unendurable
impatient
Not patient; not bearing with composure; intolerant; uneasy; fretful; restless, because of pain, delay, or opposition; eager for change, or for something expected; hasty; passionate; often followed by at, for, of, and under
impatient
If you are impatient, you are annoyed because you have to wait too long for something. The big clubs are becoming increasingly impatient at the rate of progress. + impatiently im·pa·tient·ly People have been waiting impatiently for a chance to improve the situation. + impatience im·pa·tience There is considerable impatience with the slow pace of political change
impatient
Prompted by, or exhibiting, impatience; as, impatient speeches or replies
impatient
If you are impatient to do something or impatient for something to happen, you are eager to do it or for it to happen and do not want to wait. He was impatient to get home + impatience im·pa·tience She showed impatience to continue the climb
impatient
One who is impatient
impatient
anxious and eager, especially to begin something
impatient
restless and intolerant of delays
impatient
restless or short of temper under delay or opposition; "impatient with the slower students"; "impatient of criticism
impatient
(usually followed by `to') full of eagerness; "impatient to begin"; "raring to go"
impatiently

    الواصلة

    im·pa·tient·ly

    التركية النطق

    împeyşıntli

    النطق

    /əmˈpāsʜəntlē/ /ɪmˈpeɪʃəntliː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ (")im-'pA-sh&nt ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English impacient, from Middle French, from Latin impatient-, impatiens, from in- + patient-, patiens patient.

    كلمة اليوم

    soubrette
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