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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “decide”

decide

verb
 
 
/dɪˈsaɪd/
[I or T] to choose something, especially after thinking carefully about several possibilities
(尤指仔細考慮後)決定,決斷,確定
They have to decide by next Friday.
他們必須在下週五前作出決定。
I don't mind which one we have - you decide.
我不在乎給我們哪個——你來決定吧。
[+ to infinitive] In the end, we decided to go to the theatre.
最後我們決定去劇院。
[+ (that)] She decided (that) she would retire to the country.
她決定隱居鄉間。
[+ question word] I can't decide what to do.
我不知道該怎麼辦。
He can't decide whether to buy it.
他決定不了要不要把它買下來。
The committee decided in favour of (= made a formal judgment to choose) the cheapest option.
委員會決定選用最經濟的方案。
Decisions and deciding
[T] to be the reason or situation that makes a particular result happen
決定(事情的結果),導致…的結果
The weather decided the outcome of the cricket match.
天氣狀況決定了板球賽的結果。
Tim's mistake decided the game (= caused him to lose).
蒂姆的失誤導致了那場比賽的落敗。
Decisions and deciding
(Definition of decide from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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