want

wɔnt

Перевод:

Noun: необходимость желание потребность недостаток
Verb: хотеть хотеться желать нуждаться

Фразы:

a want of arrangement and condensation in his memoirs - необходимость переделки и сокращения его мемуаров

no, I don't want - нет, не хочу

repletion of a want - удовлетворение желания

to want one's scalp - намереваться разгромить, проучить, наказать кого-л.

for / from want of smth. - из-за недостатка, нехватки чего-л.

to fill / meet / satisfy a want of smth. - испытывать недостаток в чём-л.

to be in (no) want of smth. - (не) нуждаться в чём-л.

the family was perpetually in want - семья пребывала в постоянной нужде

to come to want - обеднеть

for want of a better word - так сказать

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Примеры:

I want my own room. - Я хочу собственную комнату.

I really want a drink. - Я очень хочу пить.

You're wanted on the phone. - Вас зовут к телефону.

I want you to be a good boy. - Я хочу, чтобы ты был хорошим мальчиком.

Let him want for nothing. - Пусть он ни в чем не нуждается.

The chief wants you. - Шеф требует вас к себе.

Want a game of chess? - Хотите партию в шахматы?

What do you want for your birthday? - Что ты хочешь на день рождения?

people who are living in want - люди, которые живут в нужде

I want to go home now! - Я хочу домой, прямо сейчас!

Do you want a drink? - Хочешь чего-нибудь выпить?

Do you want more coffee? - Хочешь ещё кофе?

I want you here at noon! - Ты нужен мне здесь в полдень!

You want to see a doctor. - Тебе следует пойти к врачу.

I just wanted a chance to rest. - Я просто хотел хоть немного отдохнуть.

Do you want me to come with you? - Хочешь, я пойду с тобой?

He is wanted by the police. - Его разыскивает полиция.

The carpet really wants cleaning. - Этот ковёр очень нуждается в чистке.

He never wants for friends. - У него всегда было много друзей.

You can order whatever you want. - Можешь заказать всё, что только пожелаешь.

They will never want for anything. - Они никогда ни в чём не будут испытывать недостатка.

Uncle Sam wants you! - Ты нужен Америке! (знаменитый агитационный плакат)

I tried to supply his wants - Я пытался удовлетворить его желания.

My goats wanted to be milked. - Моих коз надо подоить.

We can supply all yours wants. - Мы можем удовлетворить все ваши запросы.

What do you want for Christmas? - Что ты хочешь на Рождество?

They desperately wanted a son. - Они отчаянно хотели сына.

I want that letter typed today. - Я хочу, чтобы это письмо было напечатано сегодня.

the chronic want and deprivation in the townships - хроническая нужда и лишения в посёлках

The motor wants a tune-up. - Мотор нуждается в регулировке.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you want out, you no longer want to be involved in a plan, project, or situation that you are part of.

Связанные термины:

want ad: The want ads in a newspaper or magazine are small advertisements, usually offering things for sale or offering jobs .

want in: to wish to be included in a venture

want knap: a mole hill

want out: If you want out, you no longer want to be involved in a plan, project, or situation that you are part of.

want a job: A job is the work that someone does to earn money.

for want of: If you do something for want of something else, you do it because the other thing is not available or not possible .

if you want: You say if you want when you are making or agreeing to an offer or suggestion in a casual way.

what do you want?: If you say to someone ' what do you want ? ', you are asking them in a rather rude or angry way why they have come to the place where you are or why they want to speak to you.

wantaway: a footballer who wants a transfer to another club

want a relationship: A relationship is a close connection between two people, especially one involving romantic or sexual feelings.

want no part of sth: If you say that you want no part of something, you mean that you do not want to be involved in it at all.

waste not, want not: The expression waste not, want not means that if you do not use too much of something now you will have some left later when you need it.

do you want to bet?/want a bet?: If you reply ' Do you want to bet ? ' or ' Want a bet? ' to someone, you mean you are certain that what they have said is wrong .

want in (or out or off, etc.): to want to get, go, or come in (or out, off, etc.)

I don't want to/without wanting to: People sometimes say ' I don't want to be rude ', for example, or ' without wanting to be rude' as a way of apologizing or warning you when they are going to say something which might upset, annoy, or worry you.

for want of trying/for lack of trying: If you say that something fails but not for want of trying or not for lack of trying, you mean that everything possible was done to make it succeed .

your day in court have/want one's day in court: Your day in court is your chance to give your side of an argument or other matter .

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Однокоренные слова:

want in - проситься в помещение, хотеть войти
want out - хотеть выйти

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