What is the difference between “crave” and “want”?
The difference between "crave" and "want" is that "crave" describes a stronger feeling. "Want" refers to desiring or wishing for something, while "crave" refers to desiring or wishing for something so strongly, you almost need it. "Crave" is commonly used to describe "craving" a certain type of food. Ex: I want to buy this bag, I love the color of it. Ex: I'm craving ramen tonight for dinner, I haven't had it in a long time.
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