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    #1

    Unhappy meaning

    hi dear masters
    would you please help me with these terms
    1) asking for s.th in faith
    2) your wishes are granted

    thanks a million

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    #2

    Re: meaning

    Hello Negar

    "To ask (for) something in good faith" is "to ask for something honestly and sincerely".

    "Your wishes are granted" means "the thing that you wanted to happen has happened". It's usually used half-humorously.

    Bye
    MrP

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