1(eagerness)impaciencia feminineansiedad feminine
2(irritation)impaciencia femininefalta de paciencia feminine
- She warns that there are many pitfalls facing him as he tries to launch his own label - and the most dangerous is impatience.
- I've covered seven other Home Secretaries, and none could match his wild impatience of criticism.
- This brash candour and impatience with mass culture are clearly audible on these two albums.
- Malice, impatience and contempt were unknown to him; he would never take offence or stand on his dignity.
- People lobbying for the project to proceed are abundantly justified in their impatience.
- It's depressing when your mind becomes a sewer of spattering hate and impatience that you don't remember asking for.
- To say the least, I am suffering from a horrible case of impatience.
- Today, however, there is evidence of a growing impatience with such exploits.
- Still, there is that natural impatience about him which means he wants to be No 1 in the world sooner rather than later.
- It's a seemly confrontation of the inquisitive impatience of the young, and the stately acceptance of the old.
- But whatever his impatience with getting things done, he always retained his integrity.
- Any child gets to a point of impatience with his or her parents and the romance of having another mother or father must be terribly tempting.
- Leave your ego and impatience behind and it'll work out just fine.
- The net community's indignation and impatience with the media industries must be tempered by some empathy!
- For these days, the young in all professions are seized of a quite extraordinary impatience.
- It's the news a lot of people locally have been waiting for with a sense of growing impatience for a long time.
- Her hair is clasped in an imperfect bun, her impatience with its ticklish irritation apparent.
- Other negative aspects of this card are impatience leading to bad decisions and loneliness.
- The blond woman who stood in the aisle between us wore a painted expression of impatience and utter boredom.
- All the time, those in the queue behind me did not register the slightest show of impatience or displeasure.