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Definición de “will” en inglés


noun (MENTAL POWER)    /wɪl/
B2 [C or U] the mental power used to control and direct your thoughts and actions , or a determination to do something, despite any difficulties or opposition : From an early age she had a very strong will. [+ to infinitive] After six months in hospital she began to lose the will to live (= the desire and determination to stay alive ).Strength of will and determination C1 [S] what someone wants to happen : It was God's will. Against their will (= although they did not want to), they were forced to hold a meeting . The government has failed to impose its will upon regional communities (= to make them do as it wants ). → See also free willGoals and purposes
(Definition of will noun (MENTAL POWER) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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