Definition of determined in English:

determined

Line breaks: de¦ter|mined
Pronunciation: /dɪˈtəːmɪnd
 
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adjective

Derivatives

determinedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Watching her friend turn and step off the patio determinedly was the second hardest.
  • Late in the first half, he suffered a strong blow to his knee but recovered well to determinedly push his team past the winning post.
  • Within minutes the determinedly old-fashioned Chez Moi restaurant in Holland Park is also knee-deep.

determinedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Les Dames is a film set on a path, a film of the determinedness of the future because of the past and the subsequent constricting in the present made clear by the use and relationship of image and sound.
  • In the center, the focus of their attention is a cordless telephone which seems to be mocking them in its determinedness not to ring.
  • Her voice was that of a girl, barely more than a child, but there was a determinedness in it which marked her as a Princess without a doubt.

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