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determine

verb   /dɪˈtɜː.mɪn/
I to control or influence something directly, or to decide what will happen determinar The number of staff we can take on will be determined by how much money we’re allowed to spend. Your health is determined in part by what you eat. Eye colour is genetically determined. formal Officials will determine whether or not the game will be played. People should be allowed to determine their own future.1111
formal to make a strong decision decidir She determined that one day she would be an actor. On leaving jail, Joe determined to reform.1111
formal to discover the facts or truth about something determinar The police never actually determined the cause of death. It is the responsibility of the court to determine whether these men are innocent. The jury determined that the men were guilty.1986
(Definition of determine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

determine

verb /diˈtəːmin/
to fix or settle; to decide determinar, decidir He determined his next course of action.
to find out exactly determinar, establecer He tried to determine what had gone wrong.
determination noun
firmness of character or stubbornness determinación She showed her determination by refusing to give way.
the act of determining. determinación
determined adjective
having one’s mind made up determinado a, resuelto a, decidido a She is determined to succeed.
stubborn determinado, resuelto, decidido He’s very determined.
fixed or settled determinado, decidido, fijado Our route has already been determined.
determiner noun
(linguistics) a word that is used before a noun to show which thing you mean. The words ‘a’, ‘the’, ‘this’, and ‘some’ are determiners. Determinante
(Definition of determine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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