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want
wɑːnt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A specific feeling of desire.
  2. Anything that is necessary but lacking.
  3. The state of needing something that is absent or unavailable.
  4. A state of extreme poverty.
(动) As a verb
  1. Wish or demand the presence of.
  2. Have need of.
  3. Hunt or look for; want for a particular reason.
  4. Feel or have a desire for; want strongly.
  5. Be without, lack; be deficient in.
Hyphenationwant
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
缺乏quēfáto lack; to be short of; lack; shortage
贫困pínkùnimpoverished; poverty
需要xūyàoto need; to want; to demand; to require; requirement; need
yāoto demand; to request; to coerce
yàoimportant; vital; to want; to ask for; will; going to (as future auxiliary); may; must; (used in a comparison) must be; probably; if
希望xīwàngto wish for; to desire; hope
必须bìxūto have to; must; compulsory; necessarily
缺少quēshǎolack; shortage of; shortfall; to be short (of); to lack
征求zhēngqiúto solicit; to seek; to request (opinions, feedback etc); to petition
愿意yuànyìto wish; to want; ready; willing (to do something)
to require; to need; to want; necessity; need
xiǎngto think; to believe; to suppose; to wish; to want; to miss (feel wistful about the absence of somebody or something)
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