Definition of resolved in English:

resolved

Line breaks: re|solved
Pronunciation: /rɪˈzɒlvd
 
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adjective

[predicative, with infinitive]
Firmly determined to do something: Constance was resolved not to cry
More example sentences
  • With the New Year approaching, Daphne's resolved to make everything all right again.
  • Nursing must act now in a unified voice with a resolved spirit to determine its own destiny.
  • Whatever it takes, whatever it costs, this patient, this resolved nation will win the first war of the 21st century.
Synonyms
determined to, bent on, hell bent on, set on, intent on, insistent on, committed to the idea of

Derivatives

resolvedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • And as this second series unfurls, things seem pretty much business as usual; the chatty and informal style, the resolvedly non - empirical preparation, the endless licking of spoons.
  • An aroused Norman nervously replaces the picture, glances up to the house (in profile) with his jaw slightly twitching, and then resolvedly walks out.
  • But the need is soon felt for a new art form, reflecting a resolvedly modernist society.

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