English version

have no wish to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave no wish to do somethinghave no wish to do somethingformalWANT used to emphasize that you do not want or intend to do something I have no wish to speak to her ever again. wish
Examples from the Corpus
have no wish to do somethingMrs Hardman has grown used to her independence, and I have no wish to curtail her freedom.And believe me, I have no wish to keep score.I emphasize that I have no wish to come across here as the skunk at the process improvement garden party.I have no wish to offend anybody.I have no wish to attribute motives, but clearly finance intervenes.I have no wish to caddie for Brian Harley.I have no wish to change my nature over this matter and become a crusading journalist.I have no wish to create a posing pilots' paradise.I have no wish to get angry with my own invention, the so-named Miller.
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