English version

make haste

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake hastemake hasteold useHURRY to hurry or do something quickly haste
Examples from the Corpus
make hasteWhen he saw Edwin Chase striding up towards them he made haste to make known one to the other.Roosevelt towards the end of his life seemed content to make haste slowly.We made haste inside, horse, carriage, and all.
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