In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(gladly) con gusto(gladly) de buen grado(readily, freely) por voluntad propiacan you help out? — yes, willingly — ¿nos podría dar una mano? — claro, encantado
- Each company had its business plan examined by a team of experts and advice was freely and willingly dispensed.
- Others say his devotion to Korean farmers was so passionate that he would willingly have laid down his life for them.
- Why anyone would willingly subject themselves to three hours of this sentimental rubbish is beyond me.
- It's no easy task driving in Tokyo, but they do a really good job and willingly help others as well.
- At least celebrity is something the rest of us might willingly concede we don't possess.
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