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Princeton's WordNet

  1. willing and able(adj)

    not reluctant

    Antonyms:
    unwilling

How to pronounce willing and able?

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How to say willing and able in sign language?

  1. willingandable

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  1. Margaret Mwanakatwe:

    If your company is unable to pay the tax for any reason, we are ready, willing and able to defer your liability. We won't put away the liability, but we are happy to defer until a point in the future when your cash flows allow you to pay your tax.

  2. Daniel Kane:

    We are ready, willing, and able to meet with the federal mediator and the businesses to try and settle this contract, come Sunday, if we haven't reached an agreement with Hunts Point owners, we will be on strike.

  3. Liberty Chief Executive Mike Fries:

    Now more than ever, Europe needs strong competition from scaled national challengers willing and able to invest in next-generation wireless, video and broadband services.

  4. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    Good Leader must be open minded, open to new ideas with childlike enthusiasm, even though certain new ideas may seem strange and probably be at odds with Leader's preconceptions and beliefs. However, during the turbulent times of change, Leader may not be able to add any new ideas into his overfilled plate, unless and until she/he removes a few sitting in the plate. It's an interesting balancing act, in my view. To be in sync with dynamically changing new world, Leader must be willing and able to drop old notions, while embracing the new concepts with beginner's mindset.

  5. Robert Menendez:

    I have always been willing and able to find ways to work with both Democratic and Republican administrations for the betterment of our nation, that will continue to be the case with our next president.

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