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Adjective
Clear in meaning without uncertainty or ambiguity
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“The last candidate has the decided advantage of having five years of experience in the industry.”
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Resolute in one's will or mental state
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“Many men pleaded ignorance to fashion, yet all were very decided on what they would and would not wear.”
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Having been decided
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“We have a consensus, and the future direction of our company is now decided.”
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Denotes a termination of something or an action
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Having a mind (inclination) for something or a certain way of thinking about things
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Certain to happen
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Prepared for immediate action or use
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Having the approval or authorization of an authority or public body
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Large in scale or size
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To have determined or dictated
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To have determined or judged
“The jury that will decide his sentence must be unanimous in order to impose the penalty.”
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To have decided on
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“I would decide to travel to South America instead of Europe.”
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To have designed or planned an approach for a given task or project
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Past tense for to finalize or settle
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“The total scores from a driver's top 8 of 9 rounds will decide the championship.”
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Past tense for to reach a decision or agreement about
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“Let's get involved and not leave others to decide our fate.”
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Past tense for to arrive at a judgment or opinion by reasoning
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“The commanding officer would decide that his soldier was indeed telling the truth.”
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(of an independent person or body) Past tense for to reach an authoritative judgement or settlement
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Past tense for complete or agree on a finished and definitive version of
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Past tense for to cause a profound effect
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Past tense for to intend or plan to do something
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Past tense for to settle on a particular arrangement; to come to terms to
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Past tense for to command the doing of by one's authority
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Past tense for to discover through studying or searching
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Past tense for to mark out the boundary or limits of
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Past tense for to make arrangements or preparations for
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Past tense for to estimate the value of something
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Past tense for predetermine, ordain
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Past tense for to form a judgement in advance
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Past tense for to draw conclusions from an examination or assessment
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Past tense for settle a matter
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