que quisiera

que quisiera(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (that he or she would desire; third person singular)
a. that he'd like (masculine)
Mi hijo Antonio dice que quisiera ir a la universidad.My son Antonio says that he'd like to go to college.
b. that she'd like (feminine)
Yo creo que quisiera integrarse, pero que le resulta muy difícil relacionarse con las demás niñas.I believe that she'd like to integrate, but that she finds it very difficult to mix with the other girls.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(that you would desire; second person singular)
a. that you'd like
¿Qué tiene en mente cuando dice que quisiera ampliar los horizontes de la empresa?What do you have in mind when you say that you'd like to broaden the company's horizons?
3. (that I would desire; first person singular)
a. that I'd like
Ya sabes que quisiera ofrecerte más de lo que te ofrezco, hijo. - No te preocupes por eso, papá.You know that I'd like to offer you more than I am, son. - Don't worry about that, Dad.
4. (who would desire)
a. who wanted
De todo lo dicho se deduce que una persona que quisiera obtener un permiso de residencia en este país lo tendría difícil.It follows from all the above that a person who wanted to obtain a residence permit in this country would find it difficult.
5. (that he or she desired; third person singular)
a. that he wanted (masculine)
Que quisiera irse de la fiesta no significa que no se lo estuviera pasando bien. Dijo que tenía que estudiar para un examen.That he wanted to leave the party doesn't mean that he wasn't enjoying himself. He said that he had to study for an exam.
b. that she wanted (feminine)
Que quisiera vivir en Barcelona entonces no implica que también quiera vivir allí ahora.That she wanted to live in Barcelona back then doesn't mean that she also wants to live there now.
6.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(that you desired; second person singular)
a. that you wanted
Que quisiera ayudarnos en unos momentos tan difíciles dice mucho a su favor. Le estaremos eternamente agradecidos.That you wanted to help us at such a difficult time says a lot in your favor. We'll be eternally grateful.
7. (that I desired; first person singular)
a. that I wanted
Que quisiera casarme contigo no tenía nada que ver con tu dinero, pero tú interpretaste mal mis intenciones y me rechazaste.That I wanted to marry you didn't have anything to do with your money, but you got my intentions wrong and rejected me.
8. (who desired)
a. who wanted
No hace mucho, una mujer que quisiera abrir una cuenta en el banco necesitaba el permiso de su marido.Not long ago, a woman who wanted to open a bank account needed her husband's permission.
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