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you'll

 (yo͞ol, yo͝ol; yəl when unstressed)
Contraction of you will.

you'll

(juːl; unstressed jʊl)
contraction of
you will or you shall

you'll

(yul; unstressed yʊl, yəl)
contraction of you will or you shall.
Translations

will

(wil) noun
1. the mental power by which one controls one's thought, actions and decisions. Do you believe in freedom of the will?
2. (control over) one's desire(s) or wish(es); determination. It was done against her will; He has no will of his own – he always does what the others want; Children often have strong wills; He has lost the will to live.
3. (a legal paper having written on it) a formal statement about what is to be done with one's belongings, body etc after one's death. Have you made a will yet?
verbshort forms I'll (ail) , you'll (juːl) , he'll (hiːl) , she'll (ʃiːl) , it'll (ˈitl) , we'll (wiːl) , they'll (ðeil) : negative short form won't (wount)
1. used to form future tenses of other verbs. We'll go at six o'clock tonight; Will you be here again next week?; Things will never be the same again; I will have finished the work by tomorrow evening.
2. used in requests or commands. Will you come into my office for a moment, please?; Will you please stop talking!
3. used to show willingness. I'll do that for you if you like; I won't do it!
4. used to state that something happens regularly, is quite normal etc. Accidents will happen.
ˈwilful adjective
1. obstinate.
2. intentional. wilful damage to property.
ˈwilfully adverb
ˈwilfulness noun
-willed
weak-willed / strong-willed people.
ˈwilling adjective
ready to agree (to do something). a willing helper; She's willing to help in any way she can.
ˈwillingly adverb
ˈwillingness noun
ˈwillpower noun
the determination to do something. I don't have the willpower to stop smoking.
at will
as, or when, one chooses.
with a will
eagerly and energetically. They set about (doing) their tasks with a will.
References in classic literature ?
"And take care to keep sober to-morrow, else you'll get pitched on your head coming home, and Wildfire might be the worse for it."
YOU'LL be here with any number of your old friends -- AND Fred!
Lynde you must and shall and you'll stay here in your room until you can tell me you're willing to do it."
"If you'll only forgive me this time I promise you you'll never have to complain of me in future.
I'll tell you dis, for a warnin': if you ever does say it ag'in, it's de LAS' time you'll ever say it to me; I'll tramp as straight to de judge as I kin walk, en tell him who you is, en prove it.
And if you can't do that, you'll put up with considerable less; you'll go anywhere you CAN go, just so as to get away, and be thankful of the chance, too.
You'll have your mouthful of rum tomorrow, and go hang."
You're a clever girl and you'll know how to manage.
"But you'll go away soon, and go to school, Maggie," said Philip, "and then you'll forget all about me, and not care for me any more.
If you'll open it and hold it well up in one hand, sir, and a candle in the other, he can read it charming.'
Good-night: you'll sleep now you have no longer anything to listen for."
"Rose, I know you'll be busy during the next few days--me dying, the things that have to be arranged, the funeral and all that.

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