Your description of the faucet indicates you already have garden hose threads on the end of the spout. What else would you need?
Sometimes it is possible to pick up adapters which can be screwed to either the inside threads or the external threads of the faucet, where your aerator is normally installed. I believe a better option would be to install a dual quarter turn angle stop under the sink.
The female end of a garden hose is way big to screw on to the end of the faucet.
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