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Difference between Die for something and Die from something

die for something(Progressive Tense) want smth. very urgently:

  • Her husband moved past us into the bar…. “I’m dying for a margarita.”

die from something —(also: die of something )

1. die as a result of some cause:

  • In a severe winter, wild animals can die from lack of food.

2. (Progressive Tense) be in an extreme state of the feeling mentioned:

  • The children are dying from curiosity to see what’s in the parcel.