From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhat do you want?what do you want?used to ask, often in a slightly rude way, what someone wants you to give them, do for them etcWhat do you want now? I’m busy.What do you want – chocolate or vanilla? →want
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what do you want?• I can't pretend to be, and you know it, so what do you want?• By the way, what do you want for your birthday?• Now what do you want me to do?• What do you want now? I'm busy.• I was like, okay, what do you want to bet?• So we have to ask ourselves, what do these machines really want to do, what do they want to wear?