precipitadamente


precipitadamente
adv.
precipitately, hastily, in a hurry.
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precipitadamente
adverbio
1 hastily
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ADV [huir, lanzarse] headlong; [irse] very suddenly; [actuar] rashly, precipitately frm

escribí una nota precipitadamente — I dashed off a note

tuvieron que casarse precipitadamente — they had to get married in a hurry

ha abandonado precipitadamente el país — he left the country very suddenly

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adverbio

salir precipitadamente — to leave in a rush o hurry

no tomes la decisión precipitadamente — don't make any hasty decisions

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= abruptly, hurriedly, hastily, precipitately, rashly.
Ex. Plantin, who may have owned as many as 22 or 23 presses in the middle of his career, abruptly reduced the number in use to 3 in 1576.
Ex. And he added hurriedly: 'I felt I could work with her though'.
Ex. The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.
Ex. This year, however, due to fact that Baldwin left so precipitately, they were forced to submit figures they were less than satisfied with.
Ex. Act rashly, and our children will suffer in years to come.
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adverbio

salir precipitadamente — to leave in a rush o hurry

no tomes la decisión precipitadamente — don't make any hasty decisions

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= abruptly, hurriedly, hastily, precipitately, rashly.

Ex: Plantin, who may have owned as many as 22 or 23 presses in the middle of his career, abruptly reduced the number in use to 3 in 1576.

Ex: And he added hurriedly: 'I felt I could work with her though'.
Ex: The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.
Ex: This year, however, due to fact that Baldwin left so precipitately, they were forced to submit figures they were less than satisfied with.
Ex: Act rashly, and our children will suffer in years to come.

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precipitadamente
adverb
salió tan precipitadamente que se dejó las llaves she left in such a rush o hurry (that) she forgot her keys
todo ocurrió precipitadamente everything happened very quickly
no tomes la decisión precipitadamente don't make any hasty decisions
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precipitadamente adverbio hastily, impetuously: salieron de casa precipitadamente, they left their house in a rush
no firmes el contrato precipitadamente, don't sign the contract too hastily
'precipitadamente' also found in these entries:
English:
dash in
- dash into
- dash out
- hand
- headlong
- rashly
- rush into
- hastily
- head
- hustle
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precipitadamente adv
hastily;
abandonó precipitadamente el lugar he left hastily

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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