Definition of undecided in English:

undecided

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Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈsʌɪdɪd
 
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adjective

noun

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  • A person who has not decided how they are going to vote in an election: 20 per cent of the population describe themselves as undecideds
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    • However, my observation is that, in presidential elections, the undecideds tend to vote against major change.
    • He did nothing, less than nothing, to reach out to undecideds or swing voters or anyone who wasn't already committed to the ticket.
    • While the split among these so-called undecideds helped make the election as close as it was, they are not a meaningful political constituency.

Derivatives

undecidedly

adverb
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  • I turned off the TV and looked at him for a minute, undecidedly.
  • Curiously the album's downfall is not that it simply lacks originality but that it also teeters undecidedly on the boundary between epic and nondescript.
  • Pressing into the corner, he sunk down into a sit before leaning against the wall, undecidedly.

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