Translation of decided in Spanish:

decided

Pronunciation: /dɪˈsaɪdəd; dɪˈsaɪdɪd/

adj

  • 1.1 (distinct) (before n) [improvement/advantage/preference] claro, marcado
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    • Mid-way through her answer, her neatly measured affability gives way to a decided prickliness.
    • The unfolding credit market dislocation took a decided turn for the worst this week.
    • The density of the population figures by county shows a decided bias in favour of East Anglia.
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    • My dad puts a comforting hand on my mother's shoulder and gets up; a decided look on his face.
    • In his views, he was very decided.
    • She's very decided on what she thinks, more than I am.
    1.2 (determined) [person/character/tone] decidido

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