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WILLPOWER meaning and synonyms

willpower (noun) The word “willpower” is an uncountable noun. In English, we use this noun to describe somebody with strong determination, composure, self-discipline or self-control. It means that a person can meet their long-term goals by resisting or refusing temptations that arise in everyday situations. Willpower describes the strength of will a person has to […]

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Unwillingly meaning

unwillingly (adverb) to reluctantly or resentfully do something. The girl unwillingly took out the trash after her parents asked her repeatedly to complete her chores. On the dog’s owner’s request, the dog unwillingly went inside. He would have happily stayed outside all day, playing with the children. More for you: Willing – Unwilling Willingness – Unwillingness Wilful The Difference Between […]

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Willingly definition

willingly (adverb) to happily, eagerly or enthusiastically do something. I willingly went to work today because I was excited about the presentation in the afternoon. The fundraisers willingly took time off work to raise money for homeless people living on the streets. More for you: Willing – Unwilling Willingness – Unwillingness Wilful The Difference Between SHALL and WILL! English Vocabulary […]

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Wilful definition

wilful (adjective) someone or something that is stubborn, inflexible or persistent The wilful candidate won the election, she preserved during the demanding process and succeeded. The wilful process of applying for a visa in some cases can be extremely difficult as there is very little flexibility or adaption to special cases. More for you: Willing – Unwilling Willingness – Unwillingness […]

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Unwilling meaning

unwilling (adjective) when somebody doesn’t want to do something or is unenthusiastic about doing something. The driving instructor was unwilling to give the learner driver his license as he felt he was a reckless driver. The unwilling sales assistant refused to give a further discount to the customer. More for you: Willing definition Unwillingness definition Willingness […]

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Willing definition

willing (adjective) when somebody is eager or happy to do something. The person doesn’t necessarily have to want to do this thing but will do it anyway, usually to help somebody else. The lawyer was willing to take on additional workload as he knew that the firm was under pressure to perform. The willing teacher offered […]

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Unwillingness definition

unwillingness (noun) a resistance or reluctance to comply The rugby player’s unwillingness to accept the new training regiment lost the team’s shot at winning the competition. The prisoner’s unwillingness to follow the rules forced the guards to take away his phone privileges. More for you: Willingness definition with examples Conditionals in English: First, Second, Third, Zero […]

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Willingness definition with examples

willingness (noun) – an enthusiastic acceptance or compliance For example: The doctor’s willingness to do more tests even though experts said there wasn’t any point, saved the patients life. In interviews, it is advised that applicants demonstrate their willingness to work within the team and accept their new role in the company. More for you: Conditionals […]

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Little – A Little – Few – A Few difference

image source I have a little money left, so we can go shopping if you want. I have little money left, so I don’t think I can go shopping. I have a few dollars left, so we can go shopping if you want. I have very few dollars left, so I don’t think I can […]

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