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  1. will

    • IPA[wɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      the faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action;control deliberately exerted to do something or to restrain one's own impulses
    • v.
      make or try to make (someone) do something or (something) happen by the exercise of mental powers;intend, desire, or wish (something) to happen
    • verb: will, 3rd person present: wills, gerund or present participle: willing, past tense: willed, past participle: willed

    • noun: will, plural noun: wills

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    動詞

    • 1. make or try to make (someone) do something or (something) happen by the exercise of mental powers reluctantly he willed himself to turn and go back she stared into the fog, willing it to clear
    • 2. formal, literary intend, desire, or wish (something) to happen their friendship flourished particularly because Adams willed it he was doing what the saint willed 同義詞 decree, order, ordain, command, direct, ... 更多
    • 3. bequeath something to (someone) by the terms of one's will his father willed the farm to Mr Timms 同義詞 bequeath, leave, give, hand down, hand on, ... 更多
    • leave specified instructions in one's will he willed that his body should be given to the hospital