Bedeutung von “impatient” — Learner’s Dictionary

impatient

adjective us uk /ɪmˈpeɪʃənt/
EASILY ANNOYED

B2 easily annoyed by someone's mistakes or because you have to wait:

I get impatient with the children when they won't do their homework.
WANTING ACTION [ never before noun ]

B2 wanting something to happen as soon as possible:

[ + to do sth ] We were up early, impatient to make a start.
People are increasingly impatient for change in this country.
impatiently adverb

B2

We waited impatiently for the show to begin.

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