Translation:She wants to buy two pieces of clothing.
✀ Let me cut off a couples sleeves so you can have 'two pieces of clothing.'
yes , i think in circumstances , it could be translated as ''would like'' . I used to give a little chinese girl french class ( i m french) :) and at the end of the lesson we used to play cards game in chinese or french.. and she always used '' 我想要... when she asked for a card.. so i guess it meant i would like. But when i talked to this chinese guy ''我想去中国'' He meant like a decision.
件 (jiàn) = item/component/classifier for events, things, clothes etc.
衣 (yī) = clothes
服 (fú) = clothes/dress/to serve/to obey
衣服 (yīfu) = clothes
We already saw fú in:
服 (fú) = to serve/to obey/clothes
务 (wù) = affair/business
服务 (fú wù) = to serve
员 (yuán) = person/employee/member
服务员 (fú wù yuán) = a serve business person = waiter