Spanish Word for want  

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English Word: want

Spanish Word: querer
The Spanish Word for want
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Translated sentences containing 'want'
Do you want fish?
¿Quiere pescado?
they want
ellos quieren
Do you want to come with me?
¿Quieres venir conmigo?
They don't want to get up.
No quieren levantarse. / No se quieren levantar.
We want this one. Which?
Queremos éste. ¿Cuál ?
I want nothing to do with you.
¡No quiero tener nada que ver con usted!
What does he want?
¿Qué desea?
I don't want it.
No lo quiero.
You don't have to do it if you don't want.
No tienes que hacerlo si no quieres.
You want to travel with me.
Quieres viajar conmigo.
With whom do you wish to speak?
¿Con quién desea hablar?
Do you want to have an appetizer?
¿ Deseas tomar un aperitivo ?
Do you want to have dessert?
¿Quieres tomar postre ?
Do you want to study with me?
¿Quieres estudiar conmigo?
I want you to explain that to me.
Quiero que me expliques eso.
I want you all to wait for me.
Quiero que me esperéis.
I want them to hear it.
Quiero que lo escuchen.
They didn't want to listen to me.
No quisieron escucharme.
What do they want to say?
¿Qué querrán decir?
I don't want you to go.
No quiero que te vayas.

Is that what we want?
¿Es eso lo que queremos?
Why do we want that?
¿Por qué la queremos?
We do not want this.
No queremos eso, señor Presidente.
That is what we all want to do.
Eso es lo que todos queremos hacer.
That is not what we want.
Y eso no es lo que queremos.
Is that what we want?
¿Es eso lo que queremos?
That is what we want.
Es lo que pretendemos.
That is not what I want at all.
No se trata en absoluto de algo así.
That is not what I want.
No lo deseo.
Is that what you want?
¿Queréis esto?
We want it to be.
Lo deseamos.
What is it that we want?
¿Qué es lo que queremos?
Why, then, do they not want it?
¿Por qué no lo quieren?
I do not want to do that.
Yo no quiero hacerlo.
When do we want to do it?
¿Cuándo queremos hacerlo?
That is what we want.
Eso es lo que queremos.
Why, what did we want to do?
¿Por qué? ¿Qué queríamos hacer?
That is what we all want.
Esto es lo que queremos.
We do not want that.
No queremos eso.
So what do we want?
¿Qué pretendemos entonces?
That is all we want.
Eso es todo lo que queremos.
We do not want that.
No queremos eso.
We want both of them.
Queremos que se tengan en cuenta estos dos requisitos.
That is not what we want.
Esto no es lo que queremos.
What more, then, do we want?
¿Así pues, qué más queremos?
I do not want it.
Yo no la quiero.
I want to do that.
Lo haré.
That is not what we want.
Esto no es lo que queremos.
That is what we want.
Eso es lo que queremos.
That is not what we want.
Eso no es lo que queremos.
We do not want that!
¡De ninguna manera!
That cannot be what you want.
Y eso no puede ser lo que queréis.
We do not want this!
¡Nosotros no lo deseamos!
Is that what we want?
¿Es eso lo que queremos?
I do not want to do so.
No quiero hacerlo así.
That is what we want.
Eso es lo que deseamos.
That is what we want.
Esto es lo que queremos.
So what do you want?
¿Qué es lo que quieren?
This is what we do not want.
Eso es lo que no queremos.
This is not what we want.
Esto no es lo que queremos.
Is that what we want?
¿Es eso lo que queremos?
Is that what we want?
¿Es eso lo que queremos?
Is that what you want?
¿Es eso lo que quieren?
So what do we want?
Así que, ¿qué es lo que queremos?
This is not what we want.
Eso no es lo que queremos.
That is what we want.
Eso es lo que queremos.
Is that what we want?
¿Es lo que queremos?
Who would not want that?
¿Quién rechazaría algo así?
That is what we want to do.
Eso es lo que queremos hacer.
This is what we want.
Esto es lo que queremos.
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