[goo d-wil] /ˈgʊdˈwɪl/
friendly disposition; benevolence; kindness.
cheerful acquiescence or consent.
Commerce. an intangible, salable asset arising from the reputation of a business and its relations with its customers, distinct from the value of its stock and other tangible assets.
a feeling of benevolence, approval, and kindly interest
(modifier) resulting from, showing, or designed to show goodwill: the government sent a goodwill mission to Moscow, a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF
willingness or acquiescence
(accounting) an intangible asset taken into account in assessing the value of an enterprise and reflecting its commercial reputation, customer connections, etc
[goo d-wahyf] /ˈgʊdˌwaɪf/ noun, plural goodwives [goo d-wahyvz] /ˈgʊdˌwaɪvz/ (Show IPA) 1. Chiefly Scot. the mistress of a household. 2. (initial capital letter) Archaic. a title of respect for a woman. /ˈɡʊdˌwaɪf/ noun (archaic) (pl) -wives 1. the mistress of a household 2. a woman not of gentle birth: used as a title
noun 1. (in a language) standard use or usage.
- Good turn
noun 1. a helpful and friendly act; good deed; favour A favor, an act of good will, as in Pat did her a good turn by calling in a second surgeon. [ First half of 1400s ]
noun, Law. 1. . noun, Law. 1. a title to real property that is free from encumbrances, litigation, and other defects and that can readily be sold or mortgaged to a reasonable buyer or mortgagee.