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Translation of "will" - English-Spanish dictionary

will

noun /wil/
the mental power by which one controls one’s thought, actions and decisions voluntad, albedrío Do you believe in freedom of the will? (control over) one’s desire(s) or wish(es); determination voluntad It was done against her will He has no will of his own – he always does what the others want Children often have strong wills He has lost the will to live. (a legal paper having written on it) a formal statement about what is to be done with one’s belongings, body etc after one’s death testamento Have you made a will yet? wilful adjective ( willful) obstinate. testarudo, obstinado intentional deliberado, premeditado wilful damage to property. wilfully adverb ( willfully) obstinadamente He wilfully refused to cooperate. wilfulness noun ( willfulness) obstinación -willed suffix de voluntad… weak-willed / strong-willed people. willing adjective ready to agree (to do something) complaciente, dispuesto a willing helper She’s willing to help in any way she can. willingly adverb de buena gana He willingly lent me the money. willingness noun buena voluntad/gana willpower noun the determination to do something fuerza de voluntad I don’t have the willpower to stop smoking. at will as, or when, one chooses a voluntad The team are so good that they almost seem able to score at will. with a will eagerly and energetically con ilusión, con entusiasmo, con ganas They set about (doing) their tasks with a will.
(Definition of will from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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