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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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