Bedeutung von “impatient” im Essential American English Dictionary

impatient

adjective us /ɪmˈpeɪ·ʃənt/

If you are impatient, you get angry with people who make mistakes or you hate waiting for things:

I get very impatient with the children when they won’t do their homework.
→ Opposite patient adj

wanting something to happen as soon as possible:

People are impatient for change in this country.
impatiently adverb

We waited impatiently for the show to begin.

(Definition von “impatient” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)