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Daemon
Posted: Monday, April 16, 2018 12:00:00 AM
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more haste, less speed

Acting too quickly and without due dilligence, focus, and attention to detail will result in avoidable mistakes and thus require even more time to complete the task satisfactorily. (The logic of the phrase is essentially "too much haste results in less overall speed.") Primarily heard in UK. More...

monamagda
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Emel Rapchan
Posted: Monday, April 16, 2018 6:10:04 PM

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more haste, less speed
- haste - it can be understood as precipitation in this case.
- the more the precipitation, the less accurate the progress, resulting in less speed overall.
- The precipitation is the enemy of the perfection.

Use
- As the game gained speed the team became more careless with the techniques ending up in varies losses. As the Coach is always saying, more haste, less speed.
- The government has implemented the program so promptly that it seems that they did all that in one night. More haste results in less speed once the program is permanently out of order due to frequent infrastructure problems.

Haste makes waste - as we can see in the monamagda's post here
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