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wish

verb /wiʃ/
to have and/or express a desire
desear (que)
There’s no point in wishing for a miracle Touch the magic stone and wish He wished that she would go away I wish that I had never met him.
to require (to do or have something)
querer, desear
Do you wish to sit down, sir? We wish to book some seats for the theatre I’ll cancel the arrangement if you wish.
to say that one hopes for (something for someone)
desear
I wish you the very best of luck.
wishful thinking noun expectations based on what one hopes will happen, not on what is likely to happen
ilusiones
I believe she has a chance of winning the award, but that’s probably wishful thinking.
wishing-well noun a well which is supposed to have the power of granting any wish made when one is beside it.
pozo de los deseos
(Definition of wish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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