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 to give her struggling student extra classes even though she lives a very busy lifestyle, she was willing to help the student.
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