What does 'haste makes waste' mean?
The phrase haste makes waste is term used often when somebody is doing things too quickly. It means that if a person works to quickly on something it may cost them more in the end because of too many mistakes.
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This Aphorism means that if you try to do something quickly, without planning it, you're likely to end up spending more time, money, etc, doing it. It means that if you hurry …through something, you do a poor or sloppy job and end up having to do it over, which wastes even more time than if you had just done it properly in the beginning. haste is overly quick, so this proverb basically means that if we rush to do something, chances are it won't turn out as good as it will if we actually think about what we are doing and think about the consequences If you're too fast, you'll overlook things, or you'll be too sloppy with it. This proverb was said by benjamin franklin and it means when you do something in hurry you are never going to do it properly
Depending on context, hast can be: second person present conjugation of the verb haben (to have): du hast - you have or as a noun (capitalised) Hast: haste ha…stiness rush rashness
Do it quickly but do it carefully
Hurry; act or go with speed.
...Dude at least seem smart about it and ask the individual questions on the paper not just some homework sheet no one has a clue about.
A speedy or quick action.
Once there was a hunter. He lived in a village. He had a dog. It was very faithful. One day, the hunter went to the city with his wife. He left his son at hire. A wolf came th…ere. It entered the house and attacked the baby. The dog fought with the wolf and killed it. In the evening, the hunter and his wife returned from the city. The dog was waiting outside for its master. When it saw its master, he licked its feet. The hunter saw the stains of blood on the dog's mouth. He thought that the dog had killed his son. He became very angry. He took his gun and killed the dog. When he found his son safe inside the house and the wolf lying dead near him, he wept bitterly.
Once there was a hunter. He lived in a village. He had a dog. It was very faithful. One day, the hunter went to the city with his wife. He left his son at hire. A wolf came th…ere. It entered the house and attacked the baby. The dog fought with the wolf and killed it. In the evening, the hunter and his wife returned from the city. The dog was waiting outside for its master. When it saw its master, he licked its feet. The hunter saw the stains of blood on the dog's mouth. He thought that the dog had killed his son. He became very angry. He took his gun and killed the dog. When he found his son safe inside the house and the wolf lying dead near him, he wept bitterly. Moral: Haste makes waste.
If something is done too quickly, it may be done carelessly and need to be redone.
Haste makes waste. "Haste makes waste" which is an old saying accepted almost by everyone. Some people are prone to do the tasks as quickly as they can but then they realize …that everything got wrong. From my point of view, we should not do things precipitately but instead we should act carefully. For a start, haste makes us lose our attention. The main reason is that we only think about consequences of our aim when we act quickly. So eventually it may result in unpleasant and dangerous events. For instance, researchers have recently shown that about ninety six percent of car accidents are caused by fast driving. Sometimes drivers think that they may get faster to their desirable place but this belief may pull them into a grave rather than their location. Secondly, people are no able to effectively use their mind when they conduct tasks faster. In other words, our brain cannot implement some commands in a very short time. For example, I had a major English test three months ago which I did not do very well on it. There were twenty questions and twenty minutes to finish. So I decided to write faster as I could. After accomplishing I was feeling as if I had written very well but when I received my grade I was shocked. There were also many questions that I missed since I had not seen them. Concisely, haste makes the things in opposite. Last but not least, haste can even pull us into a precipice. Since sometimes it is a big risk to make quick decisions. For one thing, a friend of my father worked in business. Everything was good. But he suddenly became bankrupt because of the issue which he resolved in a very short time. To sum up, time is going and it never stops but it does not indicate that we are supposed to do things quickly. Also it is worth to mention that haste can pull us into unpredictable outcomes so we should act slowly and carefully if we consider our bright future.
In Waste and Recycling
it means if you try to do something in a hurry it will be inferior quality or you will waste materials more or less
pathariya kariyam sitharipogum or patharaatha kaariyam sitharathu
In Waste and Recycling
when you are doing a test and you just rush chances are your gonna get a grade that your not gonna like.
Hasteful is English term for quick or swift movement, synonyms include 'quickly' or 'speedily'
In William Shakespeare
"hast" is old English for the verb "to have". So "hast not" means"does not have".