= This idiom 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.
= You do not save any time by working too fast; hurrying will cause you to make mistakes, and you will have to take extra time to do the job over again
= when we do things too quickly we are likely to end up with poor results …
#1. Fred: Hurry up and get my car fixed. Alan: Don’t rush me. Haste makes waste.
#2. Most spelling mistakes are the result of going too fast and not checking your work; haste makes waste
#3. I want you kids to take your time doing your homework tonight; haste makes waste!
#4. You should always take your time when doing your taxes and check your numbers very carefully; haste makes waste
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