An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unable to wait)
a. impaciente
Don't be so impatient! The bus will be here soon.¡No seas tan impaciente! El autobús ya va a llegar.
2. (eager)
a. impaciente
I'm so happy and impatient for my baby to arrive!¡Estoy tan feliz e impaciente por que llegue el bebé!
3. (showing impatience)
a. impaciente
Our teacher rarely gave a thoughtless or impatient answer.Nuestra profesora raras veces daba una respuesta impaciente o irreflexiva.
b. de impaciencia
Charles sat down, growled, and made an impatient gesture.Charles se sentó, refunfuñó e hizo un gesto de impaciencia.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. impaciente
to be impatient (to do something)estar impaciente (por hacer algo)
to get impatient (with somebody)impacientarse (con alguien)
to be impatient for changeesperar con impaciencia el cambio
impatient [ɪmˈpeɪʃənt]
1 (irascible) [+person] impaciente; sin paciencia; [+gesture] de impaciencia
to get impatient (with sth/sb) perder la paciencia or impacientarse (con algo/algn); to make sb impatient impacientar a algn
2 (eager) impaciente
to be impatient to do sth estar impaciente por hacer algo
they were impatient to get started
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