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apetecer in English:

1. to feel like doing something

English word "apetecer"(to feel like doing something) occurs in sets:

Basic verbs - Verbos básicos
Basic Verbs - Verbos Básicos

2. crave

Like many celebrities, he craves attention. I was craving french fries, so I pulled into the nearest fast-food restaurant.
Why do people crave adventure?
Did you crave to have a new girl?
He’d craved the attention of the older kids.
Oxytocin makes you crave physical contact.
Many ​young ​children crave ​attention.
I crave for donuts!
I crave for some hot instant cocoa, I need sugar so badly.
a program to give the infants the human touch they crave
You know what I got a crave for?
That you'll never crave blood.
if only she had shown her daughter the love she craved

English word "apetecer"(crave) occurs in sets:

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3. to feel like

to feel like doing sth And I felt like saying to him -- but I didn't say it -- I felt like saying,