Detailed Translations for will from English to French


will [the ~] noun

  1. the will (intention; wish)
    le propos; l'intention; le dessein; la résolution; le projet
  2. the will (testament; last will)

to will verb (will, would, willing)

  1. to will (desire; long; crave; )
    désirer; convoiter; avoir envie de
    • désirer verb (désire, désires, désirons, désirez, )
    • convoiter verb (convoite, convoites, convoitons, convoitez, )
  2. to will (shall; ought to)
    • aller verb (vais, vas, va, allons, )

Conjugations for will:

  1. will
  2. will
  3. will
  4. will
  5. will
  6. will
simple past
  1. would
  2. would
  3. would
  4. would
  5. would
  6. would
past continuous
  1. was willing
  2. were willing
  3. was willing
  4. were willing
  5. were willing
  6. were willing
continuous present
  1. am willing
  2. are willing
  3. is willing
  4. are willing
  5. are willing
  6. are willing
  1. would
  2. willing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for will:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aller drive; flight there; journey out; one-way; outward flight; outward journey; ride; way there
dessein intention; will; wish aim; dedication; design; devotion; effort; exertion; goal; idea; intention; objective; scheme; target
intention intention; will; wish aim; aiming at; aiming for; angle; aspect; attitude; composition; conception; dedication; design; devotion; drift; effort; exertion; goal; idea; intent; intention; interpretation; meaning; notion; objective; opinion; orientation on; outlook; perspective; point of view; purport; purpose; reading; scheme; sense; stand; stature; strive for; substance; target; tendency; tendency toward; tenor; trend; version; view; vision; way of thinking
les dernières volontés last will; testament; will
projet intention; will; wish goal; intention; objective; plan; project; projection; scheme
propos intention; will; wish
résolution intention; will; wish decision; decision of the town council; decisiveness; decree; determination; facility; firmness; measure; ordinance; provision; resoluteness; resolution; ruling; strength; supply; sureness; thoroughness
testament last will; testament; will
- testament; volition
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aller ought to; shall; will be going to; drive there; go; move; pass; run; step; walk
avoir envie de covet; crave; desire; long; want; will; wish be fond of; fancy; have a taste for; hope; like
convoiter covet; crave; desire; long; want; will; wish hope
désirer covet; crave; desire; long; want; will; wish be hungry for; crave; crave for; have one's heart set on; hope; hunger; languish; like to; long for; pine; to want something very badly; want; wish; yearn
- bequeath; leave

Related Words for "will":

  • wills

Synonyms for "will":

Antonyms for "will":

Related Definitions for "will":

  1. the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention1
  2. a fixed and persistent intent or purpose1
    • where there's a will there's a way1
  3. a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die1
  4. determine by choice1
    • This action was willed and intended1
  5. decree or ordain1
    • God wills our existence1
  6. leave or give by will after one's death1

Wiktionary Translations for will:

  1. intent or volition
  2. legal document
  1. To bequeath
  2. to wish strongly
  3. indicating future action
  1. Volonté, caprice, fantaisie
  2. acte authentique par lequel on déclarer ses dernières volontés.
  3. faculté de vouloir, de se déterminer à quelque chose.
  4. Volonté, faculté de vouloir.
  1. juri|fr déclarer par un acte ce que l’on vouloir qui soit exécuter après sa mort.

Cross Translation:
will léguer; transmettre en héritage; donner par testament vermaken — iets in een testament toebedelen
will testament testament — een bindende verklaring waarin een overledene voor diens dood heeft laten vastleggen wat er te doen staat met de nalatenschap
will volonté wil — de bereidheid of zin om iets te doen
will testament TestamentRecht: Verfügung über die Verwendung des Nachlasses
will volition; vouloir Wille — ein alle Handlungen bestimmendes Streben
will devenir; devoir; être werden — sich (unwillkürlich) entwickeln zu (besonders Partizipien und substantivierter Infinitiv)
will vouloir wünschen — etwas ersehnen, erhoffen

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