He seems impatient.
The longer we waited, the more impatient we became.
An impatient person doesn't like to wait.
I'd been waiting for twenty minutes and I was getting impatient.
Some people became impatient when they had to wait
My doctor told me to lay off the liquor so I have this uneasy impatient feeling.
Before the horse race begins, the jockeys grip the reins tightly to restrain the impatient horses.
Well? the impatient shopkeeper asked, once Dima had ended the call. "Is everything all set now?"
An impatient driver forced his way through the crossing against the red light.
He's a good teacher, but inclined to be a bit impatient with slow learners.
they are impatient for change / she can be impatient with people who don’t see things her way
My boss gets very impatient when I don't finish work quickly enough.
At the theme park we were impatient to start going on the rides
1. Don't be so impatient, Jesse. / 2. You are so impatient, completely changed. / 3. Don't get so impatient, please.
There’s no point in being impatient. Everyone has to wait their turn.
Inglés palabraimpaciente"(impatient) ocurre en conjuntos:Characteristics - CaracterísticasGrammar Intermediate