The Word is:”want”
verb: want; 3rd person present: wants; past tense: wanted; past participle: wanted; gerund or present participle: wanting
1. have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for.
synonyms: desire, wish for, hope for, fancy, have a fancy for, take a fancy to, have an inclination
informalhave a yen for, be dying for
“do you want more coffee?”
“Tony wants me in the studio”
“he is wanted by the police in connection with an arms theft”
“I’ve wanted you since the first moment I saw you”
desire to be in or out of a particular place or situation.
“if anyone wants out, there’s the door”
“you don’t want to believe everything you hear”
synonyms: should, ought, need, must
(of a thing) require to be attended to in a specified way.
“the wheel wants greasing”
synonyms: need, be/stand in need of, require, demand, cry out for
noun: want; plural noun: wants
1. a lack or deficiency of something.
synonyms: lack, absence, non-existence, unavailability;
dearth, deficiency, inadequacy,
“millions perished for want of a safe haven”
“freedom from want”
synonyms: need, neediness, austerity, privation, deprivation, poverty, impoverishment,
“a time of want”
2. a desire for something.
synonyms: wish, desire, demand, longing, yearning, fancy, craving, hankering; need, requirement,
“she had faith that all her wants would be taken care of”
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