- [kě wàng]
- thirst for 渴望，热望;
- on tiptoe 踮脚; 切望; 踮脚尖; 跷;
- fall over oneself （因匆忙、动作不灵而）摔倒; 渴望;
- aspiration 志向，抱负; 渴望; 发送气音;
- dying to 渴望;
- dying to
He is always eager for new experiences and ever-willing to experiment.
The desire to be a mother may creep up on you unexpectedly.
There are thousands of students absolutely gagging to come to this university.
Angela says she longs to join an amateur dramatics class.
I left Oxford in 1961 hungry to be a critic.
We'll go there bursting to give it our all.
She still ached for the lost intimacy and sexual contact of marriage.
I had a strong desire to help and care for people.
The trip gave me itchy feet and I wanted to travel more.
Downshifters are being tempted to leave the sophisticated city and go simple.
Caroline was keen to make her marital home in London.
His ambition is to play the part of Dracula.
On the whole, people miss the opportunity to enjoy leisure.
The letter spoke only too clearly of his anxiety for her.
The subject peoples of her empire were anxious for their own independence.