volition Definition in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary

Definition of “volition” - Learner’s Dictionary


noun [U]
/vəʊˈlɪʃən/ formal
the power to make your own decisions: He left the firm of his own volition (= because he decided to).Taking and choosingDecisions and deciding
Translations of “volition”
in Chinese (Traditional) 決斷能力, 意志力…
in Russian воля…
in Turkish istem, irade, kendiliğinden…
in Chinese (Simplified) 决断能力, 意志力…
in Polish wola…
(Definition of volition from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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