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Ways of saying that you are willing to do something - thesaurus

Synonyms

yes

adverb

used when you are agreeing to do something

all right

interjection

used for agreeing with a suggestion or agreeing to do something

no problem

used for saying that you will be happy to do what someone is asking you to do

I’d love to

used for saying that you would like to do what someone has suggested

I suppose (so)

used when you agree to do something but you are not completely willing or enthusiastic about it

with pleasure

used for saying that you are happy to do something when someone makes a request

it would be an honour

used for agreeing to do something

no sooner said than done

used for emphasizing that you will do something immediately

your wish is my command

used for saying you will do anything that someone wants

the spirit is willing (but the flesh is weak)

used for telling someone that you would like to do something but do not have the energy or strength to do it

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More synonyms

all right

interjection

used for agreeing to do something or agreeing to let someone else do something, although you do not really want to

on the understanding that

used for saying that you will do something only if someone else agrees to do something else

someone could cheerfully do something

used for saying that you would like to do something bad to someone who has annoyed you

when the mood takes you

when you feel that you would like to do a particular thing

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