I, he, etc. can't wait

(one) can't wait

One is very excited or eager for something to happen; it will be difficult for one to wait for it. The phase can be used as part of a sentence or by itself as an exclamation. I can't wait to see you and the girls—it's been way too long! See you tomorrow! Can't wait! Mom can't wait for the flowers to bloom and brighten up our yard.
See also: wait

I, he, etc. can’t ˈwait


I, he, etc. can hardly ˈwait

used when you are emphasizing that somebody is very excited about something or keen to do it: The children can’t wait for Christmas to come.I can hardly wait to see him again.
See also: wait