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indecision

noun [U] uk   /ˌɪn.dɪˈsɪʒ.ən/ ( also indecisiveness ) us  
the state of being unable to make a choice: A moment's indecision when you've got the ball and you could lose the game. There is a great deal of indecision about/over how to tackle the problem.
Translations of “indecision”
in Spanish indecisión…
in French indécision…
in German die Unentschlossenheit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 優柔寡斷,無決斷力…
in Russian нерешительность…
in Turkish kararsızlık, tereddüt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 优柔寡断,无决断力…
in Polish wahanie, niezdecydowanie…
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