desire


desire
1. I
it shall be as you desire [все] будет так, как вы желаете
2. III
desire smth. desire health (happiness, pleasure, success, etc.) желать /хотеть/ здоровья и т. д.; desire peace стремиться к миру
3. IV
desire smth. in some тачает - smth. ardently (passionately, violently, etc.) горячо и т. д. желать /хотеть/ чего-л.
4. VII
desire smb. to do smth. desire smb. to go on a trip (to answer truthfully, to meet his friend, to be happy, etc.) желать, чтобы кто-л. отправился в поездку и т. д.
5. XI
be desired our room was all that could be desired лучшей комнаты и желать было нельзя || your behaviour (this room, her work, etc.) leaves much to be -d ваше поведение и т. д. оставляет желать лучшего
6. XXI1
desire smth. for smb. desire health for one's family (luck for oneself, a good marriage for her, etc.) желать здоровья своей семье и т. д. || desire smb. for one's wife (for one's husband) хотеть взять кого-л. в жены (в мужья)

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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