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want

verb [I/T]  us   /wɑnt, wɔnt/

want verb [I/T] (DESIRE)

to feel that you would like to have something or would like something to happen: [T] Who wants ice cream? [T] I want the cold weather to end. [I] She wanted to get new shoes. [T] I don’t want him talking about me. [I] I’ve been wanting to thank you for helping me. If you are wanted, someone wishes to see or talk with you: [T] Harry! You’re wanted on the phone.

want verb [I/T] (NEED)

to need something: [I] You want to be careful to stay out of the sun.
want
noun [C/U]  us   /wɑnt, wɔnt/
[C] A cat’s wants are few – food and companionship.
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