English version

with a will

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith a willwith a willwritten in an eager and determined way will
Examples from the Corpus
with a willOh yes, just like him, we're going out there to win, to accept the challenge with a will.Any Conservative you care to converse with will predict a close contest at the next election.It had nothing to do with will or determination or courage.Quins had started in top gear with Will Carling ripping through the Rugby midfield for the opening try.But no one with a will to the service of others and of life would permit himself such an escape.Then, what all the world is struggling with will be shown to be soluble.We set to work on this with a will.For him to come up with a will dating back to 1993 is ridiculous.
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