English translation of 'disposto'
dispostodisposta [dʒisˈpoftu, ˈpɔsta]
estar disposto a to be willing to
estar bem disposto to look well
sentir-se disposto a fazer algo to feel like doing sth
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'disposto' in Other Languages
British English: willing /ˈwɪlɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is willing to do something, they do not mind doing it or have no objection to doing it.
She's willing to answer questions.
- American English: willing
- Arabic: مُسْتَعِدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: disposto
- Chinese: 乐意的
- Croatian: voljan
- Czech: ochotný
- Danish: villig
- Dutch: bereid
- European Spanish: estar dispuesto
- Finnish: valmis johonkin
- French: disposé
- German: gewillt
- Greek: πρόθυμος
- Italian: volenteroso
- Japanese: 進んで･･･する
- Korean: ...하고 싶은 마음이 드는
- Norwegian: villig
- Polish: skłonny
- European Portuguese: disposto
- Romanian: dispus
- Russian: желающий
- Spanish: deseoso
- Swedish: villig
- Thai: เต็มใจ
- Turkish: istekli
- Ukrainian: охочий
- Vietnamese: sẵn lòng
British English: disposed ADJECTIVE
If you are disposed to do something, you are willing or eager to do it.
We passed one or two dwellings, but were not disposed to stop.
Translation of disposto from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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