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Since we have opened the discussion to "translation" issues, and I have
experience in technical & scientific translations, I'd like to add a bit. You
will find that in other languages "wish" has no power, want does. Wish is
perceived as the desire for something without a concrete conclusion while
want is the desire for something that will be provided or completed in the
future, either by the person desiring it, or someone else. Does this help? I