against\ your\ will


against\ your\ will
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  • against your will — phrase if someone makes you do something against your will, you do not want to do it No one will be forced to leave home against their will. Thesaurus: in an unwilling waysynonym Main entry: against * * * against your ˈwill idiom when you do not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • against your will — against (your) will without your permission or agreement. Police searched my mother s bags against her will …   New idioms dictionary

  • against your will — if someone makes you do something against your will, you do not want to do it No one will be forced to leave home against their will …   English dictionary

  • against will — against (your) will without your permission or agreement. Police searched my mother s bags against her will …   New idioms dictionary

  • will — noun 1 power to choose; desire ADJECTIVE ▪ great, indomitable, iron, strong ▪ her indomitable will to win ▪ His unassuming manner concealed an iron will. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • against — a|gainst [ ə genst ] preposition *** 1. ) in opposition to someone or something a ) used for stating which plan, idea, or action someone opposes and thinks is wrong: Amnesty International has campaigned publicly against the death penalty. I m… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • against — [[t]əge̱nst, əge͟ɪnst[/t]] ♦ (In addition to the uses shown below, against is used in phrasal verbs such as come up against , guard against , and hold against .) 1) PREP If one thing is leaning or pressing against another, it is touching it. She… …   English dictionary

  • will — I [[t]wɪl[/t]] MODAL VERB USES ♦ (Will is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb. In spoken English and informal written English, the form won t is often used in negative statements.) 1) MODAL You use will to indicate that you hope …   English dictionary

  • against*/*/*/ — [əˈgenst] preposition 1) in opposition to sth used for stating which plan, idea, or action someone opposes and thinks is wrong I m against all forms of censorship.[/ex] She argued against changing the design.[/ex] the fight against drugs in our… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • will — will1 W1S1 [wıl] modal v negative short form won t ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(future)¦ 2¦(willing to do something)¦ 3¦(requesting)¦ 4¦(what generally happens)¦ 5¦(possibility)¦ 6¦(belief)¦ 7¦(giving orders)¦ 8¦(offering/inviting)¦ 9¦(annoyin …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • will — 1 /wIl/ (modal verb) verb 1 used to express the simple future tense: A meeting will be held next Tuesday at 3 p.m. | What time will she arrive? | When will you be leaving for America? 2 used to show that you are willing or ready to do something:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English