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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “will”

will

modal verb (IF)
假如
 
 
/wɪl/ (also 'll)
used in conditional sentences that start with 'if' and use the present tense
(用于以 if 开头的条件句中)
If he's late again, I'll be very angry.
要是他再迟到的话,我会很生气。
I'll wait with Christopher if his mother isn't here when you go.
你走以后,如果克里斯多佛的妈妈还不来的话,我就陪他一起等。
(Definition of will modal verb (IF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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