Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Haste"

The meaning of "Haste" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa make haste.?
A: It means to go quickly
Q: O que significa haste?
A: quick, fast. You don't want to be late, so you walk in haste.
Q: O que significa "We must make haste"?
A: It means," We have to hurry." Haste means to conduct your actions with speed. The word 'must' is implying that you have to do something.
Q: O que significa to feel haste for smth?
A: It doesn't mean anything to me. Did you mean maybe 'to make haste' or 'to feel hate for something'?

Example sentences using "Haste"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com haste.
A: 1. Make haste, for He comes soon!
2. Why all the haste? The party's starting in three hours.
3. She went through the streets with haste.
4. A person busy as him would haste all the time.
5. They're really hasty when they want food.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com make haste.
A: "Make haste! We don't have any time to be fooling around!"
"Thank you, and if it's not too much trouble, make haste. We are running short on time."
It's kind of hard using "make haste" in an example since I don't use the phrase very often, as it sounds quite outdated.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com haste.
A: Please make haste

haste isn't really used very often, at least where I live.

Synonyms of "Haste" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre haste e rush e hurry up ?
A: Hi!
All of these words have different tones and contexts, but they all refer to speeding up or going quickly.

Haste (n.): Speed. Usually used in old-fashioned, British English as “make haste!” In modern use, it’s not very common and seen as formal. If you make it an adverb (“hastily”) or an adjective (“hasty”) it can be a nice way to describe moving fast.

Ex. “He moved with haste across the park.”
Ex. “She ran hastily to her car.”
Ex. “Don’t be so hasty when forming opinions.”

Rush (v.): to move very fast. It usually has to do with panic or stress, completing a task all as fast as possible. It can also be a Noun (“rush”) which is an experience where that person/thing moved fast. This word is very common for native English speakers to use.

Ex. “I rushed to get my chores done.”
Ex. “She was in a rush to get there first.”
Ex. “What’s the rush? You have five more minutes, relax.”

Hurry Up: A “phrasal verb” meaning it is a phrase that has one meaning, like a word. In English form, it is in the “Imperative Mood” which expresses a command.

Hurry up is the demand to move/go faster. It has an implied “you” ie. (You) hurry up. “Hurry” (verb) is combined with “Up” (verb) to show that the speed is increasing / going higher.

It is informal and considered rude if used with people you are not close with.

Ex. “Can you hurry up?”
Ex. “Hurry up, you are already late.”
Ex. “Don’t tell me to hurry up; I’m going as fast as I can!”

I hope that helps! :)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre It was done in haste. e It was done in a rash. ?
A: It's the same
Q: Qual é a diferença entre haste e rush ?
A: Haste is not really commonly used. Rush is more common. They are pretty much the same thing.

"I was in a rush."
"I made haste."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre make haste e fuss ?
A: No one ever says make haste, I wouldn't use it.

Fuss is like... commotion, to talk a lot about something, sort of. I wouldn't use fuss either to be honest.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre haste e hasten ?
A: The first one. Hasted is not a valid word.


Translations of "Haste"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? haste que el relog marque las 2
A: Until the clock hits 2.

*Until the clock shows 2 sounds a little unnatural.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? haste make waste
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? main haste haste rone laga
A: I started cry while laughing
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? "haste a un lado (mueve o quitate) me estás aplastando?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Haste"

Q: You don't need to do this in haste. I have a whale of time. soa natural?
A: You don't need to do this in haste. I have plenty of time.
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar 'Marry in haste, and repent at leisure'.
A: sorry i’m being so quiet it’s midnight haha
Q: Which one is more natural?
1-Great haste makes waste.
2-More haste less speed.
3-Haste makes waste.
4-More haste more waste.
A: Haste makes waste. (3)

The others are not said.
Q: You don't need to haste. soa natural?
A: "No need to be hasty" or "No need to hurry" would sound better. Another would be "You don't need to be hasty."
Q: I don’t have haste to date or get married. soa natural?
A: You should say "I am not in a rush to date or get married." Also, "I am not concerned with dating or getting married" sounds more natural.

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