."The ideal scenario would be that we could take these cells, freeze them away and thaw them and use them at will."
please, is "at will" an informal expression? Neutral.
how do i say to someone who comes to talk to John, an office's colleague, but John's not arrived yet? "stay/feel at will. john is coming soon.'' ?
are the following sentences ok? None of them uses the phrase correctly.
''i don't feel at will to take this duty'' ;
"i don't feel at will with my new teacher'' ;
''i feel at will with my new job''.
can i say that ''at will'' always means ''comfortably'' or ''free of obligation''? It has the meaning of "free will" - I am able to do something when I choose to do it.
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