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The difference between volunteer and voluntary is more detailed

2018-05-01 09:36:25

1. volunteer; I am a volunteer. I am a volunteer. 1, voluntary; Voluntary; Voluntary; Voluntary; Spontaneous; Intentional, n. volunteer; Voluntary action. 1. volunteer: Serve as a transitive verb followed by a noun, and use an infinitive as an object. Example: She now helps in a local school as a volunteer three days a week. She now works as a volunteer at a local school three days a week. 2. voluntary: an intransitive verb. Example: Attention is drawn to a special voluntary course in Commercial French. Attention was drawn to a special business French elective. (Introduction of Synonyms: autonomous1, Pronunciation: English [vil't - (comparable) n], beauty [vil - (comparable) n] Self-governing; Autonomous; A: A car that drives itself. Autonomous Tariff; autonomous tariff; Autonomous tariff; Automatic tariff; Fixed tariff autonomous operation; Autonomous operation; Autonomous operation