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Conjugations for 欲しく

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hoshiku
i adjective, auxiliary adjective

Alternate Written Forms:

hoshiku

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Adverbial Form
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hoshiku

English Meaning(s) for 欲しく

i adjective
  1. wanted; wished for; in need of; desired
auxiliary adjective
  1. I want (you) to (after the -te form of a verb)
* Please note, you are viewing the Japanese readings in the adverbial form, while the english meanings are based on the dictionary form.

Definition and Synonyms for 欲しく

Desired greatly desired
Synonyms: ほしい

Meanings for each kanji in 欲しく

» longing; covetousness; greed; passion; desire; craving

Stroke Order Diagrams for 欲しく

Conjugations for 欲しく

Adjective stem
[()·]
hoshi
te-form
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hoshikute
Negative te-form
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hoshikunakute
Adverbial Form
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hoshiku
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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hoshii
Present Indicative Negative Form
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hoshikunai
Past Indicative Form
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hoshikatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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hoshikunakatta
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
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hoshikereba
Present Indicative Negative Form
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hoshikunakereba
Present Indicative Negative Colloquial Form
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hoshikunakya
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
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hoshikattara
Present Indicative Negative Form
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hoshikunakattara
Nominalized Form
Objective Form
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hoshisa

Sample Sentences for 欲しく

He was so rich that he could buy any painting he took a fancy to.
The more people have, the more they want.
The more one has, the more one wants.
I don't want anything to drink.
The more you have, the more you want.

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