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  1. desire

    • IPA[dɪˈzʌɪə]

    英式

    • n.
      a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen;strong sexual feeling or appetite
    • v.
      strongly wish for or want (something);want (someone) sexually
    • noun: desire, plural noun: desires

    • verb: desire, 3rd person present: desires, gerund or present participle: desiring, past tense: desired, past participle: desired

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen:

      he resisted public desires for choice in education

    • 2. strong sexual feeling or appetite:

      they were clinging together in fierce desire

    • 3. something desired.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. strongly wish for or want (something):

      he never achieved the status he so desired

    • 2. want (someone) sexually:

      there had been a time, years ago, when he had desired her

    • 3. express a wish to:

      John spake unto him, and desired him in like manner and contestation as before

    • adj. strongly wished for or intended:

    • the bribe had its desired effect

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    • adj. strongly wished for or intended:

    • the bribe had its desired effect

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    • ph. (1939–2001), African statesman; president of the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) 1997–2001. His forces overthrew President Mobutu in 1997. He was assassinated in January 2001 and was succeeded as president by his son Joseph Kabila.

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    • ph. (1939–2001), African statesman, president of Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire) 1997–2001. After his forces overthrew President Mobutu in 1997, Kabila took power and changed the name of the country to the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was assassinated by one of his army officers and was succeeded as president by his son Joseph Kabila.

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    • ph. a person or thing that one greatly wishes for

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    • ph. a person or thing that one greatly wishes for

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    • ph. be highly unsatisfactory

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    • ph. be highly unsatisfactory

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    • n.
      a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen:
    • a desire to work in the dirt with your bare hands
    • v.
      strongly wish for or want (something):
    • he never achieved the status he so desired

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    • desire despair desperate 差別

      ....沒有希望的,絕望的 a desperate cry for help.絕望的呼救哀嚎 desire n.名詞 渴望,渴望的人(或物) It is my desire to speak with...

    • 這句話為何用desire

      desire 意思是希望;要求 沒有比 want 那麼強的要求 He desired us to leave soon. 他希望我們儘快離開。 We desire you to complete the work within one month of the start date. 我們希望你完成這工作在一個月內從月頭開始。

    • need, wants, desire的用法

      .... -- You need to syudy very hard if you want to pass the exam. 3. desire 同 want 但更強烈 -- She desires to marry a rich man. -- If...