たがる

  • tagaru

Definition of たがる

auxiliary verb, Godan verb with `ru' ending

  • wanting to (verb) (not used in the first person, combination of ~tai and ~garu)

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Examples of たがる in a Sentence

トムはしきりに新車買いたがっている
Tom is eager to buy a new car.
アメリカ行きたがっている
He wants to go to America.
仕事のあとコーヒー飲みたがっています」「です
He'd like to have a coffee after work. "I would too."
あなたがたがっていたのはです
Who is it that you want to talk to?
あなたに会いたがっている玄関にいます。
There is a man at the door who wants to see you.
あなたに会いたがっているアメリカ人女の子がいます。
There's an American girl who wants to see you.
あなたはどうても自分思いどおりにたがる
You will have your own way.
あのに会いたがっている女性です
That is the woman who wants to see you.
Everyone is anxious to know what has become of the former champion.
American parents are willing to say good things about their children in public.

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