decide

[v] - influence or determine 2. [v] - cause to decide 3. [v] - bring to an end 4. [v] - reach, make, or come to a decision about something
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Decide

De·cide' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Decided ; present participle & verbal noun Deciding .] [ Latin decīdere ; de- + caedere to cut, cut off; probably akin to English shed , v.: conf...
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Decide

De·cide' intransitive verb To determine; to form a definite opinion; to come to a conclusion; to give decision; as, the court decided in favor of the defendant. « Who shall decide , when doctors disagree?» Pope.
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decide

make up one`s mind verb reach, make, or come to a decision about something; `We finally decided after lengthy deliberations`
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decide

resolve 1 adjudicate verb bring to an end; settle conclusively; `The case was decided`; `The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff`; `The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance`
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Decide

• (v. i.) To determine; to form a definite opinion; to come to a conclusion; to give decision; as, the court decided in favor of the defendant. • (v. t.) To bring to a termination, as a question, controversy, struggle, by giving the victory to one side or party; to render judgment concerning; to determine; to settle. • (v. t.) To cut...
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decide

decide 1. To make a choice or come to a conclusion about something: 'We decided not to go after all.' 2. To make someone choose what to do or come to a conclusion about something. 3. To bring something to an end in a definite or obvious way: 'The final goal decided the contest.' 4. To come to a verdict or judgment. 5. Directly or via French dé...
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Decide

the process of reaching a conclusion (by judge or jury) on truth or falsity of the case, based on evidences and law's interpretation.
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Decide

To reach a determination of who is right and wrong in a legal matter, after looking at the facts and the law. Judges, hearing officers, magistrates, and arbitrators all may decide the outcome of cases that come before them.By contrast, mediators help disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable resolution, but do not decide matters themselves.
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decide

bring to an end; settle conclusively
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