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definite

adjective uk   /ˈdef.ɪ.nət/ us  
B2 fixed, certain, or clear: The date for the meeting is now definite: 5 March . She has very definite opinions. We need a definite answer by tomorrow. "Are you sure I'm invited too?" "Yes, Dan was very definite about it on the phone." There's been a definite improvement in your English since you came here.
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definite

noun [C] uk   /ˈdef.ɪ.nət/ informal us  
something that is certain to happen: Let's make the 9th a definite - we'll have dinner and then go to the movies. She's a definite for the Olympic team.
Traducciones de “definite”
en coreano 분명한…
en árabe مُحَدَّد, مُؤَكَّد…
en francés déterminé…
en turco kesin, sabit, değişmez…
en italiano preciso…
en chino (tradicionál) 確定的,肯定的, 明確的…
en ruso четкий, ясный, явный…
en polaco zdecydowany, ostateczny, wyraźny…
en español definitivo…
en portugués concreto, definitivo…
en alemán eindeutig, endgültig…
en catalán definitiu…
en japonés 確実な…
en chino (simplificado) 确定的,肯定的, 明确的…
(Definition of definite from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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