beg for (someone or something)

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beg for (someone or something)

To plead or ask earnestly for something or someone. Our kids have been begging for a dog for years, and we're finally getting them one. I tried to calm my little cousin down and distract her, but she still begged for her mama all night.
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beg for someone or something

to plead to be given someone or something. He missed Jane a lot and was just begging for her to return to him. Jane begged for another helping of ice cream.
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So, I will beg for one vote for the nation, vote for the integrity of the country.
The Test pitch does a bit, but the county pitches don't do a great deal - no matter how hard we beg for one with a bit of grass on.
The Test pitch does a bit but the county pitches don't do a great deal - no matter how hard we beg for one with a bit of grass on.
The Test pitch does a bit, but the county pitches don't do a great deal, no matter how hard we beg for one with a bit of grass on.
You'll have to go hat in hand to the Marines and beg for one. And no one wants to do that!
River is yours; sand is yours then why should you beg for one bag of sand?"