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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: decided(0.01106 detik)
Found 4 items, similar to decided.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak)
English → Indonesian (quick)
memutuskan, mendeterminasikan, menentukan
English → English (WordNet)
adj : recognizable; marked; “noticed a distinct improvement”; “at
a distinct (or decided) disadvantage” [syn: distinct]
English → English (gcide)
Decide \De*cide"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Decided; p. pr. & vb.
n. Deciding.] [L. dec[=i]dere; de- + caedere to cut, cut
off; prob. akin to E. shed, v.: cf. F. d['e]cider. Cf.
1. To cut off; to separate. [Obs.]
Our seat denies us traffic here;
The sea, too near, decides us from the rest.
2. To bring to a termination, as a question, controversy,
struggle, by giving the victory to one side or party; to
render judgment concerning; to determine; to settle.
So shall thy judgment be; thyself hast decided it.
--1 Kings xx.
The quarrel toucheth none but us alone;
Betwixt ourselves let us decide it then. --Shak.
Decided \De*cid"ed\, a.
1. Free from ambiguity; unequivocal; unmistakable;
unquestionable; clear; evident; as, a decided advantage.
“A more decided taste for science.” --Prescott.
2. Free from doubt or wavering; determined; of fixed purpose;
fully settled; positive; resolute; as, a decided opinion
Syn: Decided, Decisive.
Usage: We call a thing decisive when it has the power or
quality of deciding; as, a decisive battle; we speak
of it as decided when it is so fully settled as to
leave no room for doubt; as, a decided preference, a
decided aversion. Hence, a decided victory is one
about which there is no question; a decisive victory
is one which ends the contest. Decisive is applied
only to things; as, a decisive sentence, a decisive
decree, a decisive judgment. Decided is applied
equally to persons and things. Thus we speak of a man
as decided in his whole of conduct; and as having a
decided disgust, or a decided reluctance, to certain
measures. “A politic caution, a guarded
circumspection, were among the ruling principles of
our forefathers in their most decided conduct.”
--Burke. ``The sentences of superior judges are final,
decisive, and irrevocable. --Blackstone.