won't Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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won't

uk   /wəʊnt/  us   /woʊnt/
short form of will not: I won't go without you. Won't it be ​nice to ​see Paul again?
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wontnoun

uk   /wəʊnt/  us   /woʊnt/ formal
as is someone's wont in the way that someone usually does: She ​arrived an ​hour late, as is her wont.

wontadjective

uk   /wəʊnt/  us   /woʊnt/ formal
be wont to do sth to often do something: The ​previouscitycouncil was wont to ​overspend. They ​spent much of the ​timereminiscing about the ​war, as ​oldsoldiers are wont to do.
(Definition of won't from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “won't”
in Turkish will not' fiil yapısını kısa yazılışı…
in Russian сокращ. от will not…
in Polish -…
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