What is another way to say take your time?
Synonyms for Take your time
- take the time. v.
- take all the time. v.
- take it easy. v.
- take it slow. v.
- hold your horses.
- not so fast.
- no hurry.
- take a moment. v.
Is Take Your Time rude?
Saying “please take your time” is a polite way to do that because if they rush they to make an appointment they may put themselves in danger.
How do you say take your time nicely?
Take Your Time
- Sincerely – Meaning: I’m not in a rush; take all the time you need. Example: I’m waiting for my friend Jenny to meet me for coffee.
- Sarcastically – Meaning: You are taking a very long time and I’m not happy about it.
- Encouragingly – Meaning: You can do this!
How do you say hurry up professionally?
The Direct Method
- I need you to get a move along.
- You’re a bit behind schedule and need to get moving.
- Please, can you speed up, you are holding everyone up!
- You need to go faster.
- Please try to finish up in the next few minutes.
- We need it no later than the end of (date/time).
- You need to have it finished by (time).
How do you say no rush politely?
- (there’s) no hurry. phrase.
- in your own (good) time. phrase.
- whoa. interjection.
- haste makes waste/more haste less speed. phrase.
- what’s the hurry? phrase.
- time is on your side. phrase.
- give someone/something a chance. phrase.
- in my/his/her etc hurry. phrase.
How do you ask for a quick response?
- An early reply would be appreciated.
- I look forward to your reply.
- I look forward to hearing from you.
- I would appreciate a reply at your earliest convenience.
- Your earliest attention would be appreciated.
Is no hurries correct?
No hurry, no worry sounds better to me. It might have two meanings, depending on the context: There is no need for your hearer either to hurry or to worry—you don’t need immediate response or action. In other words, “Don’t hurry, and don’t worry”.
What’s the meaning of No worries?
do not worry about that
Is it polite to say at your earliest convenience?
At your earliest convenience Although there’s nothing wrong with this phrase, it might actually be too polite, or at least too open-ended. Although you could use softer, less jaron-laden language like “whenever you have time” or “as soon as you’re able”, once again, we prefer specificity.
How do you say no rush professionally?
As and when someone wishes. There is no hurry (or just no hurry) is a good colloquial expression that can also be used in a business setting: Pay me back whenever you can. There is no hurry.