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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The mental faculty by which one deliberately chooses or decides upon a course of action: championed freedom of will against a doctrine of predetermination.
- noun: The act of exercising the will.
- noun: Diligent purposefulness; determination: an athlete with the will to win.
- noun: Self-control; self-discipline: lacked the will to overcome the addiction.
- noun: A desire, purpose, or determination, especially of one in authority: It is the sovereign's will that the prisoner be spared.
- noun: Deliberate intention or wish: Let it be known that I took this course of action against my will.
- noun: Free discretion; inclination or pleasure: wandered about, guided only by will.
- noun: Bearing or attitude toward others; disposition: full of good will.
- noun: A legal declaration of how a person wishes his or her possessions to be disposed of after death.
- noun: A legally executed document containing this declaration.
- verb-transitive: To decide on; choose.
- verb-transitive: To yearn for; desire: "She makes you will your own destruction” ( George Bernard Shaw).
- verb-transitive: To decree, dictate, or order.
- verb-transitive: To resolve with a forceful will; determine.
- verb-transitive: To induce or try to induce by sheer force of will: We willed the sun to come out.
- verb-transitive: To grant in a legal will; bequeath.
- verb-intransitive: To exercise the will.
- verb-intransitive: To make a choice; choose.
- idiom: at will Just as or when one wishes.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate simple futurity: They will appear later.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate likelihood or certainty: You will regret this.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate willingness: Will you help me with this package?
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate requirement or command: You will report to me afterward.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate intention: I will too if I feel like it.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate customary or habitual action: People will talk.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate capacity or ability: This metal will not crack under heavy pressure.
- auxiliary-verb: Used to indicate probability or expectation: That will be the messenger ringing.
- verb-transitive: To wish; desire: Do what you will. Sit here if you will. See Usage Note at