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VERB 决定，拿定主意（做） If you decide to do something, you choose to do it, usually after you have thought carefully about the other possibilities.
She decided to do a secretarial course...
He has decided that he doesn't want to embarrass the movement and will therefore step down...
VERB 解决;判决;裁决 If a person or group of people decides something, they choose what something should be like or how a particular problem should be solved.
She was still young, he said, and that would be taken into account when deciding her sentence...
This is an issue that should be decided by local and metropolitan government.
VERB （事件或事实）决定，确定（某一选择或结果) If an event or fact decides something, it makes it certain that a particular choice will be made or that there will be a particular result.
The goal that decided the match came just before the interval...
The results will decide if he will win a place at a good university...
VERB 断定;判定 If you decide that something is true, you form that opinion about it after considering the facts.
He decided Franklin must be suffering from a bad cold...
I couldn't decide whether he was incredibly brave or just insane.
VERB 使决定，使拿定主意（做） If something decides you to do something, it is the reason that causes you to choose to do it.
The banning of his play decided him to write about censorship...
I don't know what finally decided her, but she agreed.