wantverb

  • ja望む、欲しいと思う
  • ento desire or wish for someone or something

Examples

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Do you want this unit or not?
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I do not want this unit.
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I want to be a great king, Baba.
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Just like you.
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Do you want to serve your country on the most important battlefield of the war?
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Sir, that’s all I want.
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Daddy wants to get this young man fired.
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What is your first and last name?
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Kevin, Jim, Pam, Kelly, Toby, Oscar, Meredith, Phyllis, Stanley, or the temp.
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If any of you want to meet me for a drink, I'm gonna be at Poor Richard's.
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The rest of you can go to hell!
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Well, which bed do you want?
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I don't care.
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That one.

Other meanings for want...

wantnoun

  • jaほしいもの、望んでいるもの
  • ensomething desired, needed, or wished for
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I took all my feelings, my wants, and needs, and dreams.
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And I buried them inside you.
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When I want a wife, I'm gonna buy one.
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And she's gonna be devoted to me,
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to my wants and my needs.
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Not like you!
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Let's face it, you treated me like dirt!
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It's just scary that, from now on,
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every want and need and desire is gonna be put on hold for our kid.
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Okay, well, let's also remember that it's not just about what you want, okay?
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He's a person too,
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with his own wants, and needs, and job, and family.
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Behavioral economists think we make decisions based on something called expected utility —
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it’s how much we expect that something will satisfy our wants and needs.