have a yen for
Crave or desire, as in I have a yen for a thick juicy steak. The yen in this expression comes from the Chinese yan, meaning “a craving” (probably for opium). The term was first recorded in English in 1906.
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ache, yearn, crave, thirst, hanker, wish, require, prefer, choose, need, chafe, itch, hunger, covet, pine, pant, sigh, burn, long, lust
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