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take your time

C1 said to mean that you can spend as much time as you need in doing something, or that you should slow down C1 disapproving to do something too slowly: The builders are really taking their time.
Translations of “take your time”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不著急,慢慢來, 做事磨蹭…
in Russian не торопиться…
in Turkish acele etmemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不着急,慢慢来, 做事磨蹭…
in Polish nie spieszyć się…
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