French English Dictionary

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vouloir in English:

1. to want to want

You can't forbid to want me that.
to want

English word "vouloir"(to want) occurs in sets:

500 most important French verbs 26 - 50
Ezles - 6 lapas VOULOIR, POUVOIR et DEVOIR
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French modal verbs - les verbes modaux en français

2. wanting

When I'm with a crying baby, I end up wanting to cry myself!
Not wanting is the same as having.
I never see her without wanting to kiss her.
Soon I found myself wanting to meet him and talk to him.
I'm very serious about wanting to be a good magician.
They are wanting in industry.
Not wanting to boast but I've never got better than a 3 on my report card for home economics. Out of 10 that is.
I don't recall ever wanting to be a fireman or a baseball player as a youth.
What does this have to do with me wanting to get my hair cut? "They have hair in London?"
Don't you always sleep like a log yourself? I can understand your feelings of wanting them to enjoy their meal but don't be in such a rush.
Then the wild beasts start wanting to go crazy.
Wanting to protect me from myself is about as ingenious as saving a fish from drowning.
It is justice, not charity, that is wanting in the world.
Bomb-making criminals frequently have the motive of wanting public attention.
Happiness is probably wanting what you already have, not having what you want.

English word "vouloir"(wanting) occurs in sets:

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