охотно; с готовностью
- "Perfectly willingly.
- But just now she thought she would willingly endure any punishment if only she dared take her hat off without making it perfectly obvious she was making a pass at him.
- And ran errands for her willingly and without complaint; but no, I cannot remember ever having behaved particularly lovingly.
- They willingly paid cash.
- You see I am very careful in settling the Chronology of his Poems; such a Genius is a Curiosity; and one wou'd willingly know which are his first Productions.
- Like the British he was fascinated by the thought of obedience willingly given; hence his belief that satyagraha worked because it changed the opponent's mind about the issue at stake.
- With music going full blast he jumped much more willingly for Nutty, while Jazz got his wind back.
- Interviewees generally responded willingly to all they were asked.
- In this case an enlightened friend of mankind would save the intellectual because of his potential influence on thousands of human minds; the chambermaid is advised to devote herself willingly to the flames!
- For many years afterwards I was naturally very wary of any dog and, although I soon learnt not to run away, as this would only make them run after me, I never willingly approached them.
- But Kinnock is a fighter; he is no more likely to go willingly than Mrs Thatcher was.
- Willingly to School
- So the next question he asked was whether, to protect the young, sows would willingly accept controls as an alternative to being forcibly confined.