心急如焚[xīn jí rú fén]
心急如焚[xīn jí rú fén]
1. Burning with impatience：当务之急: Most pressing matter of the moment; Top priority | 心急如焚: Burning with impatience | 念念不忘: To bear in mind constantly
Her head bowed, his feet nowhere to dodge the next one in respect of her playing, she was burning with anxiety.
December 15, for me, a gray day, 17 o'clock, when I was traveling in the West Second Ring way home, the phone rang, I immediately make a U-turn back from the main road out, the car slowly I am the river burning with anxiety.
However, along with offers a sacrifice to the god day approaching day-by-day, those who let Xia Pa Pu be burning with impatience is the seal does not have any news until now.
She put the clothes on the ground, and went down with difficulty, I knew her spondylopathy had spasm again. Soon, she had washed all the clothes.
When Jenny threw that stink bomb, Wen Xiang was the nearest to them.
Office workers feel that the traffic inconvenience, car persons to return their road toll This is really annoying, if they block the traffic is so great sense of urgency.
Buyers inspect the freshly-landed ice-packed fish, and boat skippers look on anxiously as the auctioneer briskly sells some 4, 00040-kilogram boxloads each day.
Present front of the television audience and I suddenly frantic, Yi Jianlian and Wang inside storm to help Chinese team down to 25 sub-sub-difference, finally, the Chinese team with 70 more than 101 lost to the U. S. team, competition also will be ended.
No one was happier than the peasant, and immediately following the mass he went to the priest and asked for the laurel sack and the kreuzer.
She is burning to tell you the news.
In the process of gaining our rightful place we must not be guilty
She looked round for Gerald, fearing he might be already there, he was incautious and eager.
To his more upset, every day he went to work hard in the field, pickaxe on the shoulder, but the ungrateful crops did not seem to have grown one inch higher, which made him very anxious.
DANL Webster looked at the distracted man, all gray and shaking in the firelight, and laid a hand on his shoulder.
After I struggled against the floodwater for more than half an hour, finally the water was clean up. I had a release from the urgent status.
Tom's heart ached to be free, or else to have something of interest to do to pass the dreary time.
But for all their professed joy at the spectacle, China's own leaders are fretful.
He was boiling hot all over, his mind tense with a great sense of urgency.
The idea of Toni being in danger distresses him enormously.
Havelange was especially concerned because he knew that Johansson was at that moment lobbying in China and the fabulous Foks, well-connected in Beijing, were the best hope of chopping him down.