crave
[kreyv]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [CRAVED, CRAV·ING.]
1.
to long for; want greatly; desire eagerly: to crave sweets; to crave affection.
2.
to require; need: a problem craving prompt attention.
3.
to ask earnestly for (something); beg for.
4.
to ask (a person) earnestly for something or to do something.
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Crave definition, to long for; want greatly; desire eagerly: to crave sweets; to crave affection. See more.

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Crave definition is - to ask for earnestly : beg, demand. How to use ... See the full definition for crave in the English Language Learners Dictionary. crave. verb.

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They are therefore insubstantial and non-corporeal when compared with the more substantial women they crave or the sweaty workers with whom they come  ...

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To crave something is to have a great desire for it, as one might crave love, fame, or French fries.

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Craving is the noun that comes from the verb crave, which comes from the Old English word crafian, meaning "to demand, beg." When we talk about cravings, ...

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I was in the bath, listening to the Les Mis soundtrack whilst shaving and my emotions became so intense that I was unable to repress the overwhelming crave ...

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Crave definition: If you crave something, you want to have it very much. | Meaning , pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Definition of crave - feel a powerful desire for (something)

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Definition of crave verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and ...