English → English - will

Pronunciation
n. desire; will power; want; determination; volition
n. last testament listing inheritors of a dying person's property
v. want; act by will power; cause will power; command; determine, decide

English → Spanish - will

Pronunciation
s. voluntad, albedrío, determinación, volición; testamento
s. testamento
v. legar, heredar; querer, tener la intención de; estar pronto

English → French - will

Pronunciation
n. volonté, désir; bon vouloir; détermination; assertivité; choix
n. testament
v. vouloir, exercer sa volonté; avoir de la volonté; léguer; ordonner; décider; fixer

English → German - will

Pronunciation
n. Wille; Willenskraft; Lebenswille; Wahl
n. Testament
v. werden; wollen; willens; vererben; entscheiden

English → Indonesian - will

Pronunciation
n. hasrat, kemauan, kehendak, permintaan, surat wasiat, surat warisan, wasiat
v. mau, berkehendak, memaksakan, mewariskan, mewasiatkan, sudi, harus, biasa, dapat, barangkali, mungkin
aux. akan, bakal

English → Italian - will

Pronunciation
s. volontà; voglia, desiderio; volere; disposizione; (Dir) testamento, ultime volontà, disposizioni testamentarie; brama
v. voglio, vuoi, ecc; vuole; deve; può; è capace; devo, devi

English → Polish - will

Pronunciation
n. wola, energia, dowolność, kaprys, widzimisię, nastawienie do ludzi, silne postanowienie
v. chcieć, pragnąć, życzyć sobie, testament: zostawiać w testamencie, być

English → Portuguese - will

Pronunciation
s. vontade; força de vontade; desejo; determinação, disposição; escolha
s. testamento
v. querer; ter força de vontade; fazer ter força de vontade; testar, deixar em testamento; dispor, determinar, resolver

English → Romanian - will

Pronunciation
n. voinţă, vrere, voie, hotărâre, intenţie, testament
v. vrea, voi, consimţi, intenţiona, hotărî, lăsa prin testament

English → Russian - will

Pronunciation
с. воля, сила воли, твердое намерение, волеизъявление, желание, энергия, энтузиазм, завещание, отношение
г. проявлять волю, желать, хотеть, заставлять, внушать, велеть, завещать

English → Turkish - will

Pronunciation
f. dilemek, arzulamak, istemek, amaçlamak, azmetmek, niyet etmek, istekte bulunmak, emretmek, buyurmak, vasiyet etmek
i. azim, irade, istek, arzu, dilek, niyet, amaç, vasiyet, vasiyetname

English → Ukrainian - will

Pronunciation
n. воля, хотіння, бажання, енергія, заповіт, похіть, заповідання, сила волі
v. хотіти, бажати, жадати, примушувати, заповідати
a. заблудлий, розгублений

German → English - will

will, Will

English → Dutch - will

Pronunciation
zn. wil; testament; wilskracht; keuze
zn. testament
ww. willen; zullen; kunnen; wilskracht tonen; gebieden; beslissen

English → Greek - will

Pronunciation
ουσ. θα
ρήμ. διαθέτω, δίνω για διαθήκη, θέλω

English → Arabic - will

Pronunciation
‏وصية، رغبة، إرادة، شهوة، ميل، تصميم‏
‏فعل مساعد يعني الرغبة، شاء، أراد، ورث، صمم، وصى بوصية، رغب‏
‏سوف‏

English → Chinese - will

Pronunciation
(名) 意志, 意向, 决心
(动) 将, 必须, 愿意

English → Chinese - will

Pronunciation
(名) 意志, 意向, 決心
(動) 將, 必須, 願意

English → Hindi - will

Pronunciation
n. इच्छापत्र, चाह
v. इच्छा होना

English → Japanese - will

Pronunciation
(動) 意図する; 遺贈する
(名) 意志; 意志の力; 遺言
(名) 意志; 意志の力; 意欲; 遺言

English → Korean - will

Pronunciation
명. 의지; 의지력; 원함; 결의; 의욕
명. 유언, 유서
동. 원하다; 의지력으로 행하다; 의지력을 불러일으키다; 명령하다; 결의하다

English → Vietnamese - will

Pronunciation
n. ý chí, ý lực, ý muốn, điều quyết định
v. để lại, chúc ngôn
aux. muốn

Definition of will

Pronunciation
An expression of the desire of a person as to the disposition of that person's property or money after his or her death. Only written wills are valid legally.

An oral will, also called a nuncupative will, is a will that is spoken to witnesses, but not written. These type of wills are valid only in a few states and only in very limited and unusual circumstances.
--From Will - Definition.net
Noun
1. Desire, longing. (Now generally merged with later senses.)
He felt a great will to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
2. One's independent faculty of choice; the ability to be able to exercise one's choice or intention.
Of course, man's will is often regulated by his reason.
3. One's intention or decision; someone's orders or commands.
Eventually I submitted to my parents' will.
4. That which is desired; one's wish.
5. The act of choosing to do something; a person’s conscious intent or volition.
Most creatures have a will to live.
6. A formal declaration of one's intent concerning the disposal of one's property and holdings after death; the legal document stating such wishes.
Verb
7. To wish, desire.
8. To instruct (that something be done) in one's will.
9. To try to make (something) happen by using one's will (intention).
All the fans were willing their team to win the game.
10. To bequeath (something) to someone in one's will (legal document).
He willed his stamp collection to the local museum.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: willing
Present: will (3.person: wills)
Past: willed
Future: will will
Present conditional: would will
Present Perfect: have willed (3.person: has willed)
Past Perfect: had willed
Future Perfect: will have willed
Past conditional: would have willed
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