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would like

 
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would
part of speech: phrase
definition: used as a tentative form of "want" in order to express a greater degree of politeness than "want" expresses or when the possibility of doing what one wants is not considered likely or certain.
Excuse me. I would like some water, please.She would like to study abroad next year, but it depends on many factors.I would like an apartment downtown, but the rents are so high now that I can't afford one.