Let say I wish to have a car, and somebody bought me that car. Which verbs or idioms can describe the "somebody's" action?
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He fulfilled my wish for a car
He satisfied my wish for a car
A standard phrase is grant a wish. In fact, a search of Google reflects that numerous organizations use the phrase as part of their names or slogans.
A related phrase is fairy godmother. This is an idiom for a wish grantor.
protected by Rathony Mar 6 at 6:01
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