at will
Prepositional phrase
  1. (idiomatic) at one's preference; as one sees fit
    I'm writing my book at will - there's no deadline or minimum word count.
    • 1460-1500, The Towneley Playsː
      I give the wit, I give the strength, of all thou seest, of breadth and length; thou shalt be wonder-wise, mirth and joy to have at will, all thy liking to fulfill, and dwell in paradise.
Translations
  • German: nach Belieben
  • Spanish: a discreción



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