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Meaning of “resolution” - Learner’s Dictionary

resolution

noun     /ˌrezəlˈuːʃən/
DECISION [C]
an official decision that is made after a group or organization have voted: Congress passed a resolution in support of the plan (= voted to support it).Decisions and deciding
PROMISE [C]
a promise to yourself to do something: My New Year's resolution is to do more exercise.Making and breaking promises and commitments
SOLUTION [U, no plural] formal
the solution to a problem: a successful resolution to the crisisSolving and solutions
DETERMINATION [U] formal
the quality of being determinedStrong-willedStrength of will and determination
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