- 1.1 (tomar una determinación) to decide todavía no han decidido nada they still haven't reached a decision o/or haven't decided anything iba a aceptar pero después decidí que no I was going to accept but then I decided against it o/or decided not to hemos decidido que no nos vamos a mudar we've decided that we're not going to move, we've decided not to move decidir +
infinitivo/infinitiveto decide to + infinitivo/infinitivedecidieron prorrogarle el contrato they decided to extend his contract 1.2 [persona] eso fue lo que me decidió that was what made up my mind for me, that was what decided me aquel incidente me decidió a actuar that incident made me decide to act 1.3 [asunto] to settle; [resultado] to decide este contrato va a decidir el futuro de la empresa this contract is going to decide the future of the company el gol que decidió el partido the goal that decided the game
- to decide no sé, decide tú I don't know, you decide otra persona había decidido por él someone else had made the decision for him tiene que decidir entre dos opciones igualmente interesantes she has to choose o/or decide between two equally attractive options decidir
sobrealgo to make o/or take a decision onsth, decide onsth no es la persona más adecuada para decidir sobre este asunto she's not the best person to decide on o to make o to take a decision on this matter yo no tengo autoridad para decidir sobre su suerte I do not have the authority to decide (on) his fate
decidirse v pron
- to make up one's mind aún no me he decidido del todo I still haven't quite made up my mind o/or decided decídete, me tengo que ir make up your mind, I have to go ¿va a llover? — no sé, no se decide is it going to rain? — I don't know, it can't seem to make up its mind decidirse
a+ infinitivo/infinitiveto decide to + infinitivo/infinitivedecidirse poralgo to decide onsth se decidió por el verde she decided on the green one
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