desear que

desear que(
deh
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seh
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to feel a desire)
a. to want
Sarah solo deseaba que su marido regresara a casa sano y salvo.Sarah just wanted her husband to come back home safe and sound.
b. to wish
Cuando Gael la besó, deseó que se detuviera el tiempo.When Gael kissed her, he wished time would stop.
c. to wish that
Natacha tiene que estudiar y desea que el ruido que está haciendo su vecino simplemente desaparezca.Natacha has to study and wishes that the noise her neighbor is making would just go away.
d. to desire that
Daphne estaba cansada y deseaba que sus hijos la dejaran tranquila.Daphne was tired and desired that her children leave her alone.
2. (to express a wish)
a. to wish
Deseo que tengas suerte en el examen, hijo.I wish you good luck on your exam, son!
b. to hope that
Deseo que tus sueños se hagan realidad.I hope that your dreams come true!
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