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impatient

US [ɪmˈpeɪʃ(ə)nt]
UK [ɪm'peɪʃ(ə)nt]
  • adj.急于;不耐烦的;没有耐心的;热切期待
  • Web急躁的;不耐心的;没耐心的
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adj.
1.
不耐烦的;没有耐心的annoyed or irritated by sb/sth, especially because you have to wait for a long time
I'd been waiting for twenty minutes and I was getting impatient.
我等了二十分钟,有点不耐烦了。
Try not to be too impatient with her.
尽量别对她太没耐心。
Sarah was becoming increasingly impatient at their lack of interest.
他们缺乏兴趣,萨拉对此越来越不能忍耐了。
He waved them away with an impatient gesture.
他厌烦地挥手把他们打发走了。
2.
急于;热切期待wanting to do sth soon; wanting sth to happen soon
She was clearly impatient to leave.
她显然是迫不及待地想离开。
impatient for change
急于求变
3.
~ of sb/sth
(对不愉快的事)不能容忍,不愿接受unable or unwilling to accept sth unpleasant
impatient of criticism
不愿接受批评

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