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ask (someone) for something

phrasal verb with ask
 
/ɑːsk/ verb
B1 to say to someone that you would like something from them
(人に)~を求める, ~をくれるよう頼む, ~をリクエストする
He asked for a bike for his birthday.
Translations of “ask (someone) for something”
in Korean -을 청하다…
in Arabic يَطْلُب مِن…
in Portuguese pedir algo (a alguém)…
in Catalan demanar ac (a algú)…
in Italian chiedere qualcosa (a qualcuno)…
(Definition of ask (someone) for something from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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