désirer

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From Latin dēsīderāre, present active infinitive of dēsīderō (long for, desire, feel the want of, miss, regret), apparently from de- + sidus (a star) (see sidereal), but the connection of thought is not clear.

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désirer

  1. (transitive) to desire, to want.

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