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indecisive
American English: /ˌɪndəˈsaɪsɪv/
British English: /ɪndɪˈsʌɪsɪv/

Translation of indecisive in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (hesitant)
    Example sentences
    • He was a poor administrator, he was indecisive, and he seemed unable to make hard decisions.
    • People may say you are too indecisive, but it's only because you want to do what's right.
    • The Celtic manager is the first to confess he is indecisive when it comes to signings, and he has a habit of holding off until the last gasp before committing to player recruitment.
    1.2 (inconclusive)
    (result/outcome)
    no decisivo
    no concluyente
    Example sentences
    • If the result remains indecisive, the coalition still loses.
    • In May 2005 a campaign that never caught fire issued, perhaps inevitably, in a curiously indecisive result.
    • The Sri Lankan election held last Friday has resulted in an indecisive outcome that can only lead to further political volatility.

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