precipitar

¿Por qué siempre te precipitas poniéndote en el peor caso?
Why do you always rush to the worst-case scenario?
Sé que te gusta, ¿pero no te precipitas un poco?
I know you like her, but do not rush it a bit?
Si te precipitas, lo que sucedió antes, volverá a ocurrir.
If you rush, what happened before will happen again.
¿Por qué te precipitas a una relación que nunca funcionará?
Why are you hurrying to get to a relationship that'll never work?
¿Por qué te precipitas a una relación que nunca funcionará?
Why are you hurrying to get to a relationship that'll never work?
Tan pronto como piensas en ella, te precipitas en tu corazón
As soon as you think of her, reminds the restaurant you about her.
Solo digo que creo que te precipitas despidiéndolo.
All I'm saying is that I think you're being precipitous in firing him.
¿No crees que te precipitas un poco?
Don't you think you're rushing things?
¿Por qué te precipitas?
Why are you rushing in?
Mira, si tú no te precipitas, yo no me precipitaré, ¿de acuerdo?
Betty, look. You don't rush it, I don't rush it, okay?
¿Por qué te precipitas?
Why are you being hasty?
¿Por qué te precipitas?
Why are you rushing?
Siempre te precipitas en tus conclusiones.
You are always jumping conclusions.
Creo que te precipitas.
I think you're overreacting.
Lo que pasa es que no siempre sucede de ese modo, sobre todo si te precipitas.
It's just that it doesn't always happen that way, especially if you rush into things.
Mira, si tu no te precipitas, yo no me precipitare, de acuerdo?
Betty, look. You don't rush it, I don't rush it, okay?
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