In English, when making a polite request, it's common to say "take your time" (to tell the other person there's no need to rush). What is the most natural translation of this into Spanish? Is this phrase as common in Spanish as in English, or are there other ways to express the same thought (telling someone not to rush and worry about something you've requested of them)?
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Almost literal, and natural, is:
Even more natural, for me (I'm from Argentina) :