English version

be hasty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe hastybe hastyto do something too soon, without careful enough thought Let’s not be hasty – sit down for a moment. hasty
Examples from the Corpus
be hastyBut maybe I was hasty about Roy and Hayley's suitability to adopt.The method of reproducing the copies is hasty and inaccurate, so defects accumulate especially fast there.But Watts also cautioned Republicans not to be hasty in changing the program.
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