request (one) to (do something)

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request (one) to (do something)

To express a desire for one to do something. I'm going to request them to transfer me to a different office if things with my coworker don't improve. They requested me to file the report by the end of the week.
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"I really request someone to act on this growing concern."
As far as we're concerned we're used to having famous people in here and we have a policy of treating everyone like rock stars." A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: "Any police officer attending an incident where a decision has been made by door staff to request someone to leave the premises would be there in an impartial capacity.
I don't think they are going to comment on this." A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: "Any police officer attending an incident where a decision has been made by door staff to request someone to leave the premises would be there in an impartial capacity.
Those unable to attend can request someone to pick up a 'packed tea'.
Her brother told the prosecuting lawyer that when Gardai contacted him to request someone to identify the deceased, his first thought was that his sister had harmed herself.