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will

noun
 
 
/wɪl/
MENTAL POWER [C, U] B2 the mental power to control your thoughts and actions or to succeed in doing something difficult: She has a very strong will. [+ to do sth] He lacks the will to win.Strength of will and determination
WANT [no plural] what someone wants: She was forced to marry him against her will.Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
DOCUMENT [C] a legal document that gives instructions about what should happen to your money and possessions after you die: She left me some money in her will. →  See also free will , ill will Inheriting and bequeathingOfficial documents
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