Poor Lookout Can't Understand "Need"
- From: Klaus Schadenfreude <klausschadenfreude@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 03:38:56 -0700
His question "Why do I need a gun?" backfired on him. Backfired so
bad, he pretended not to even see my reply. When he saw he couldn't
get away with that any more, he pretended I was "making up"
definitions for the word "need." and proclaimed
:That is NOT the definition in any dictionary and you know it.
:OR....you could find that somewhere on line
Since Lookout is too stupid to look up "need" on the Internet, or know
what it means, I have created several links for him.
1. a requirement, necessary duty, or obligation
2. a lack of something wanted or deemed necessary
3. urgent want, as of something requisite
1 : necessary duty : obligation
2 a : a lack of something requisite, desirable, or useful b : a
physiological or psychological requirement for the well-being of an
? verb 1 require (something) because it is essential or very
important. 2 expressing necessity or obligation: need I say more?
? noun 1 circumstances in which a thing or course of action is
required. 2 a thing that is wanted or required. 3 a state of poverty,
distress, or misfortune.
1. A condition or situation in which something is required or
wanted: crops in need of water; a need for affection.
2. Something required or wanted; a requisite:
1 to have to have something, or to want something very much:
2 If you say that someone or something needs something else, you mean
that they should have it, or would benefit from having it:
1. necessity or obligation created by some situation no need to
2. a lack of something useful, required, or desired to have need of
Hope this helps Lookout with understanding basic English.
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