desiderate

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de·sid·er·ate

 (dĭ-sĭd′ə-rāt′)
tr.v. de·sid·er·at·ed, de·sid·er·at·ing, de·sid·er·ates
To wish to have or see happen.

[Latin dēsīderāre, dēsīderāt-, to desire; see desire.]

de·sid′er·a′tion n.

desiderate

(dɪˈzɪdəˌreɪt)
vb
(tr) to feel the lack of or need for; long for; miss
[C17: from Latin dēsīderāre, from de- + sīdus star; see desire]
deˌsiderˈation n

de•sid•er•ate

(dɪˈsɪd əˌreɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to wish or long for.
[1635–45; < Latin dēsīderātus, past participle of dēsīderāre to long for, require]
de•sid`er•a′tion, n.
de•sid′er•a•tive (-ər ə tɪv, -əˌreɪ tɪv) adj.

desiderate


Past participle: desiderated
Gerund: desiderating

Imperative
desiderate
desiderate
Present
I desiderate
you desiderate
he/she/it desiderates
we desiderate
you desiderate
they desiderate
Preterite
I desiderated
you desiderated
he/she/it desiderated
we desiderated
you desiderated
they desiderated
Present Continuous
I am desiderating
you are desiderating
he/she/it is desiderating
we are desiderating
you are desiderating
they are desiderating
Present Perfect
I have desiderated
you have desiderated
he/she/it has desiderated
we have desiderated
you have desiderated
they have desiderated
Past Continuous
I was desiderating
you were desiderating
he/she/it was desiderating
we were desiderating
you were desiderating
they were desiderating
Past Perfect
I had desiderated
you had desiderated
he/she/it had desiderated
we had desiderated
you had desiderated
they had desiderated
Future
I will desiderate
you will desiderate
he/she/it will desiderate
we will desiderate
you will desiderate
they will desiderate
Future Perfect
I will have desiderated
you will have desiderated
he/she/it will have desiderated
we will have desiderated
you will have desiderated
they will have desiderated
Future Continuous
I will be desiderating
you will be desiderating
he/she/it will be desiderating
we will be desiderating
you will be desiderating
they will be desiderating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been desiderating
you have been desiderating
he/she/it has been desiderating
we have been desiderating
you have been desiderating
they have been desiderating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been desiderating
you will have been desiderating
he/she/it will have been desiderating
we will have been desiderating
you will have been desiderating
they will have been desiderating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been desiderating
you had been desiderating
he/she/it had been desiderating
we had been desiderating
you had been desiderating
they had been desiderating
Conditional
I would desiderate
you would desiderate
he/she/it would desiderate
we would desiderate
you would desiderate
they would desiderate
Past Conditional
I would have desiderated
you would have desiderated
he/she/it would have desiderated
we would have desiderated
you would have desiderated
they would have desiderated
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