Will Meaning and Definition


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What is the definition Will? What is its meaning in the dictionary? How to pronounce? Antonyms, Related sentences, Words starting with Will, Synonyms, Words ending with Will, Derivations, Example sentences and more...

Will meaning

Word: Will

How to pronounce: wɪl

Modal verb

Definitions:

1. Expressing the future tense.

Example sentences: "You will regret it when you are older"

2. Expressing inevitable events.

Example sentences: "Accidents will happen"

3. Expressing a request.

Example sentences: "Will you stop here, please"

4. Expressing facts about ability or capacity.

Example sentences: "A rock so light that it will float on water"

5. Expressing habitual behavior.

Example sentences: "She will dance for hours"

6. Expressing probability or expectation about something in the present.

Example sentences: "They will be miles away by now"

Noun

Definitions:

1. The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action.

Example sentences: "She has an iron will"

2. A legal document containing instructions as to what should be done with one's money and property after one's death.

Example sentences: "Up and down the country, thousands of other people have done the same, yet all of us knew at the time we signed such documents that these wills had no proper legal status."

Verb

Definitions:

1. Make or try to make (someone) do something or (something) happen by the exercise of mental powers.

Example sentences: "Reluctantly he willed himself to turn and go back"

2. Intend, desire, or wish (something) to happen.

Example sentences: "Their friendship flourished particularly because Adams willed it"

3. Bequeath something to (someone) by the terms of one's will.

Example sentences: "His father willed the farm to Mr. Timms"


Synonyms:

volition

declarations of intention

willpower

declaration of intent

wish

want

like

willingness

accord

testament

certainly

surely

leave

be

choice

please


Derivations:

willing


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Will in Other Languages...

Spanish: Ser

German: Werden

French: Sera

Italian: Sarà

Turkish: Istemek


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