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  1. want

    • IPA[wɒnt]

    英式

    • v.
      have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for;wish to speak to (someone)
    • n.
      a lack or deficiency of something;the state of being poor and in need of essentials; poverty
    • noun: want, plural noun: wants

    • verb: want, 3rd person present: wants, gerund or present participle: wanting, past tense: wanted, past participle: wanted

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for:

      I want an apple

      we want to go to the beach

    • 2. wish to speak to (someone):

      Tony wants me in the studio

    • 3. (of a suspected criminal) be sought by the police for questioning:

      he is wanted by the police in connection with an arms theft

    • 4. desire (someone) sexually:

      I've wanted you since the first moment I saw you

    • 5. desire to be in or out of a particular place or situation:

      if anyone wants out, there's the door

    • 6. should or need to do something:

      you don't want to believe everything you hear

    • 7. (of a thing) require to be attended to in a specified way:

      the wheel wants greasing

    • 8. lack something desirable or essential:

      you shall want for nothing while you are with me

    • 9. (chiefly used in expressions of time) lack or be short of (a specified amount or thing):

      it wanted twenty minutes to midnight

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a lack or deficiency of something:

      Victorian houses which are in want of repair

      for want of a better location we ate our picnic in the cemetery

    • 2. the state of being poor and in need of essentials; poverty:

      freedom from want

    • 3. a desire for something:

      the expression of our wants and desires

    • n. a list of things that are wanted or regarded as desirable:

    • a blue Eames chair has been on my want list for a long time

      on your want list is a comfortable retirement

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    • n. a list of things that are wanted or regarded as desirable:

    • a blue Eames chair has been on my want list for a long time

      on your want list is a comfortable retirement

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    • n. a classified advertisement in a newspaper or magazine; a small ad.

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    • n. a classified advertisement in a newspaper or magazine; a small ad.

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    • ph. because of a lack of (something)

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    • ph. used to express vigorous disagreement with a confident assertion

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    • ph. used to express strong disagreement with a confident assertion

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    • ph. refuse to react or take notice

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    • IPA[wänt]

    美式

    • v.
      have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for:
    • I want an apple

      we want to go to the beach

    • n.
      a lack or deficiency of something:
    • Victorian houses which are in want of repair

      it won't be through want of trying

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    • 英文want的用法??

      want後面要加動詞的時候要加 to eg. want to go, want to sleep, want to jump 其他不用 eg. want a baby, want pretty clothes, want this, want that, want something.