- A choice or judgement.
- It is the decision of the court that spoiling the endings of movies is protected as free speech.
- It's a tough decision, but I'll take vanilla.
- Firmness of conviction.
- After agonizing deliberations, they finally proceeded with decision.
- (chiefly combat sports) A result arrived at by the judges when there is no clear winner at the end of the contest.
- He has won twice by knockout, once by decision.
- (choice or judgment): Most often, to decide something is to make a decision; however, other possibilities exist as well. Many verbs used with destination or conclusion, such as reach, come to, and arrive at can also be used with decision; these serve to emphasize that the decision is the result of deliberation. Finally, some varieties of English prefer to take a decision rather than make one.
- See Appendix:Collocations of do, have, make, and take for uses and meaning of decision collocated with these words.
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From Latin, see above
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