English version

be in no hurry/not be in any hurry (to do something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in no hurry/not be in any hurry (to do something)be in no hurry/not be in any hurry (to do something)a) HURRYto be able to wait because you have a lot of time in which to do something Take your time – I’m not in any hurry. b) to be unwilling to do something or not want to do it soon He was clearly in no hurry to reply to our letter. hurry
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