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  1. wish

    • IPA[wɪʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that cannot or probably will not happen;express a hope that (someone) enjoys (happiness or success)
    • n.
      a desire or hope for something to happen;an expression of a desire, typically in the form of a request or instruction
    • verb: wish, 3rd person present: wishes, gerund or present participle: wishing, past tense: wished, past participle: wished

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that cannot or probably will not happen:

      we wished for peace

      he wished that he had practised the routines

    • 2. express a hope that (someone) enjoys (happiness or success):

      they wish her every success

    • 3. want to do something:

      they wish to become involved

    • 4. want (something) to be done or happen:

      I wish it to be clearly understood

    • 5. want (someone) to do or have something:

      Anne wishes me to visit her

    • 6. hope that (someone) has to deal with someone or something undesirable:

      he wouldn't wish Arthur on anyone

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a desire or hope for something to happen:

      the union has reiterated its wish for an agreement

      her wish to be a mother

    • 2. an expression of a desire, typically in the form of a request or instruction:

      she must carry out her late father's wishes

    • 3. an invocation or recitation of a hope or desire:

      he makes a wish

    • 4. an expression of a hope for someone's success, happiness, or welfare:

      the Queen had sent her best wishes for a speedy recovery

    • 5. a thing that is or has been wished for:

      the petitioners eventually got their wish

    • n. a weak or watery drink:

    • one pot of wish-wash called ‘tea’

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    • n. a weak or watery drink:

    • one pot of wish-wash called “tea.”

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    • n. a mail-order catalog.

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    • n. the satisfying of unconscious desires in dreams or fantasies:

    • there is a strong element of wish fulfillment in this episode

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    • n. a desire for someone's death, especially an unconscious desire for one's own death.

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    • n. a list of desired things or occurrences:

    • it's best for homeowners to make a wish list of all the things they want

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    • n. the satisfying of unconscious desires in dreams or fantasies:

    • there is a strong element of wish fulfilment in this episode

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    • n. an unconscious desire for one's own death.

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    • IPA[wiSH]

    美式

    • v.
      feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that is not easily attainable; want something that cannot or probably will not happen:
    • we wished for peace

      he wished that he had practiced the routines

    • n.
      a desire or hope for something to happen:
    • the union has reiterated its wish for an agreement

      it is their wish to continue organizing similar exhibitions

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    • wish文法

      ...就沒有接受,這是與過去事實相反,當然要說 I wish I had taken your advice...說明自己的意見。這樣討論才有價值。 從這句 I wish I had taken your advice on ...

    • EXILE- I wish for you 歌詞翻譯

      EXILE – I Wish For You 圖片參考...無論是誰煩惱的日子總會來 I wish, I wish, I wish for you...無論是誰煩惱的日子總會來 I wish, I wish, I wish for you...

    • 句型wishes

      wish--> 事與願違,用在與現在事實相反和與過去事實相反的句子中,與假設語氣中 if 段用法一致 因此 與現在事實相反: wish +過去式 與過去事實相反: wish + had + p.p. I wish I ...