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When someone is being impatient, in English you could say "please be patient", "just a moment please" or even the slight slang of "hang on." What is the equivalent in German?

I know you can say "einen momentMoment, bitte"; but does that really convey the equivalent of "be patient"? Or is that quite literally "one moment, please"?

Is there a German slang equivalent to "hang on"?

When someone is being impatient, in English you could say "please be patient", "just a moment please" or even the slight slang of "hang on." What is the equivalent in German?

I know you can say "einen moment, bitte"; but does that really convey the equivalent of "be patient"? Or is that quite literally "one moment, please"?

Is there a German slang equivalent to "hang on"?

When someone is being impatient, in English you could say "please be patient", "just a moment please" or even the slight slang of "hang on." What is the equivalent in German?

I know you can say "einen Moment, bitte"; but does that really convey the equivalent of "be patient"? Or is that quite literally "one moment, please"?

Is there a German slang equivalent to "hang on"?

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Asking someone to be patient

When someone is being impatient, in English you could say "please be patient", "just a moment please" or even the slight slang of "hang on." What is the equivalent in German?

I know you can say "einen moment, bitte"; but does that really convey the equivalent of "be patient"? Or is that quite literally "one moment, please"?

Is there a German slang equivalent to "hang on"?