suomi-englanti sanakirja

volition englannista suomeksi

  1. tahtominen

  1. Substantiivi

  2. valinta, päätös

  3. tahto

volition englanniksi

  1. A conscious choice or decision. (defdate)

  2. (quote-book) of His Faith, Especially Concerning the Interest of Repentance and Sincere Obedience to Christ, in Our Justification & Salvation. VVritten for the Satisfaction of the Misinformed, the Conviction of Calumniators, and the Explication and Vindication of Some Weighty Truths|location=London|publisher=Printed by Robert White for Thomas Underhil, and Francis Tyton, and are to be sold at the Anchor and Bible in St Paul's Cathedral|Pauls Church-yard, and at the Three Daggers in Street|Fleetstreet|year=1655|oclc=8942565|passage=(..) And as the Understanding doth at once apprehend it as Good Abſolutely, or in ſome Reſpect, and Evil in other reſpects, and Comparatively a Leſs Good; ſo doth the Will at once continue to Love or Will it ſo farre as it is Apprehended as Good, and to Nill and Reject it as inconſiſtent with a Greater Good, or a hinderer of it. But if it fall out that the Inconſiſtency of theſe is not diſcerned or believed, or but Imperfectly, then may the Will by a Practical Volition Will them both.

  3. (quote-journal)|location=London|date=13 May 2017|passage=Conte|Antonio Conte has broken the mould further with the suggestion he might escape the Abramovich|Roman Abramovich cleaver, becoming the first of his line to leave by his own volition.

  4. The mental power or ability of choosing; the will.

  5. (ux)

  6. (quote-book)

  7. A concept that distinguishes whether or not the subject or agent intended something.

  8. (quote-book)|year=1988|pages=126–127|pageurl=https://books.google.com.sg/books?id=_Ccg-TGBRj8C&pg=PA126|isbn=978-90-272-3019-5|issn=0165-7763|passage=English has not one FOR TO construction but several. These several constructions are interrelated and form a chain, or rather a family, of constructions, with identical or similar components recurring in more or less similar configurations. (..) The composition of this family can be represented as follows: (1) Personal volition (e.g. ''I want very much for Peter to be present.'') (2) Volition expressed in directives (e.g. ''He gave orders for his family to be summoned.'') (3) Impersonal (unspecified) volition (e.g. ''It is necessary for Peter to be present.'') (..)

  9. volition