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Definition of the verb ache for
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- To desire, or want something, or someone, very much.
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by Ronald Eisler
Mammals Diazinon exerts its toxic effects by binding to the neuronal enzyme Ache for long periods after exposure. Diazinon, in turn, is converted to diazoxon, which has a higher affinity for Ache (and thus greater toxicity) than the parent ...
by Maurice Waite
(ache for/to do) feel great desire for or to do. achieve v. (achieves, achieving, achieved) succeed in doing something by effort, skill, or courage. achievable adj. achiever n. – origin Old French achever 'come or bring to a head'. achieve follows ...
by Sidney L. Landau
long for, want, crave, wish for, ask for, request, aspire to, require, hanker after, need, hunger for, thirst for, ache for, yearn for, covet. — n. 1 longing ...
by John O'Brien
in the end of a phrase or sentence, & signifies 'only, alone, ni rith tor a for fitifg diobh ache for fleif* Aron nama. no fruit appeared on any other rod except on Aron's rod alone L. breac. Madhm adh, an eruption, or Sally. Madhmann, a skirmish.
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
yearn ache for: crave achieve: accomplish, actualize, attain, complete, earn, effect, fulfill, gain, get, obtain, reach, realize, succeed, triumph achieve or obtain: compass, encompass achievement: accomplishment, attainment, coup, deed, effort ...
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