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decisive

Pronunciation: /dɪˈsaɪsɪv/

Translation of decisive in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 2 (purposeful) [person/personality] decidido, resuelto; [leadership/answer] firme
    Example sentences
    • That goal proved crucial as it was the only decisive result between the top four teams.
    • In 1918 across the Western Front and in Italy the decisive final battles of the war were fought.
    • Holland is expected to deliver a similarly decisive result when a referendum is held there tomorrow.
    Example sentences
    • But the motives of many are a more base fear of the side effects of doing anything decisive.
    • The firm and decisive action taken indicates how seriously the ECB and the club have treated the case.
    • You may be frustrated with him or her for not being very decisive.

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