Word: voluntary

Category: voluntary

Law & Government, People & Society, Finance

Related words: voluntary

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Synonyms: voluntary

optional, discretionary, elective, noncompulsory, volitional, permissive, unpaid, unsalaried, unwaged, for free, without charge, for nothing, honorary, volunteer, pro bono (publico)

Translations: voluntary

spanish
voluntario


german
freiwillig

french
volontaire, libre, bénévole

italian
volontario

portuguese
voluntário

dutch
gewillig, vrijwillig

russian
добровольное, добровольным, добровольной, добровольный, добровольного

norwegian
frivillig

swedish
frivillig

finnish
vapaaehtoinen

danish
frivillig

czech
svobodný, dobrovolný

polish
dobrowolność

hungarian
alapítványi, orgonaszóló, akaratlagos

turkish
gönüllü

greek
εθελοντικός

ukrainian
волюнтаризм

albanian
vullnetar, vullnetare, vullnetarisht, baza vullnetare, vullnetar i

bulgarian
доброволен, доброволно, доброволна, доброволното, доброволни

belarusian
добраахвотнае, добраахвотная, дабраахвотнае, добраахвотны, дабравольнае

estonian
voluntarist

croatian
dobrovoljan, dobrovoljne

icelandic
sjálfboðavinnu, valfrjáls, valfrjálst, frjálsum vilja, frjálsum

latin
voluntarius

lithuanian
savanoriškas

latvian
brīvprātīgs

macedonian
доброволна, доброволни, доброволно, доброволен, волонтерски

romanian
benevol

slovenian
prostovoljna, prostovoljno, prostovoljni, prostovoljne, prostovoljnega

slovak
dobrovoľný

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The meaning and "use of": voluntary

adjective
  • done, given, or acting of one's own free will.

noun
  • an organ solo played before, during, or after a church service.

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