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Translation of "will" - English-Spanish dictionary

will

verb
used in requests or commands querer, desear Will you come into my office for a moment, please? Will you please stop talking!
used to show willingness (para expresar voluntad) I’ll do that for you if you like I won’t do it!
used to state that something happens regularly, is quite normal etc (para expresar que algo ocurre regularmente) Accidents will happen.
Translations of “will”
in Arabic سَوْف, يُريد, هَلْ؟…
in Korean (미래를 예측하여)-일 것이다, (의지의 의미로)-할 것이다, 부탁을 할 때 쓰임…
in Malaysian boleh tak, boleh, sanggup…
in French vouloir, vouloir (bien), il arrive que…
in Turkish ...acek/ecak, ...er/acak/ecek, ...mısınız/misiniz…
in Italian usato per esprimere il futuro, volere, usato per chiedere a qualcuno di fare qualcosa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 決意, 設法用意志力驅使, 想要…
in Russian вспом. гл. для образования формы будущего времени, намереваться, собираться…
in Polish wyraża przyszłość, chcieć, zechcieć…
in Vietnamese dùng trong câu mệnh lệnh, sẵn sàng, tất nhiên…
in Portuguese usado para falar sobre o que vai acontecer no futuro, usado para falar sobre o que alguém ou algo está disposto a fazer ou é capaz de fazer, usado para pedir algo a alguém…
in Thai จะ ใช้เวลาขอร้องหรือออกคำสั่ง, แสดงความเต็มใจ, ระบุสิ่งที่จะเกิดขึ้น…
in German wollen, werden, werden (immer)…
in Catalan s’utilitza per a parlar del futur amb certesa, s’utilitza per a expressar el que algú vol o pot fer, s’utilitza per a demanar a algú que faci alguna cosa…
in Japanese (文法)未来を示す助動詞, ~(する)つもりだ, (疑問文で)~してくれませんか…
in Indonesian sudilah, akan, biasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 决意, 设法用意志力驱使, 想要…
(Definition of will from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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