I am determined to put the plan into practice no matter what others may say.
I'm determined to succeed.
Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect.
A normal person might spend a lifetime at it and still not succeed but faced with a determined Ren it was not greatly different from a normal cylinder lock.
No sooner had I come into contact with him than I determined to get to know him well.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
Knowing their languages is not enough to communicate effectively, because the methods of communication are determined by their cultures.
It's nobody's fault but yours. I'm determined to make you take the responsibility.
It was determined that the picking of one's nose is a completely normal act for adolescent boys.
Beauty cannot be determined objectively but depends on personal aesthetic criteria.
Eleanor though the daughter of a king and brought up in the greatest luxury determined to share misfortune with her husband.
Although Chemistry class was very difficult, some of the students were determined to succeed and refused to give up.
determined persistent, someone who doesn't give up on something easily
Businesses are culturally determined
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Do you know anybody who is very decisive?
The result of the vote was very decisive: the Liberal candidate had won with a 75% majority.
Are you a decisive person? Decide now!
Today's game will be a crucial battle; the result will be decisive.
Prime Minister, this is a decisive period in international politics.
I don't like going shopping with her because she is indecisive
The archers played a decisive part in the victory
Winston Churchill's decisive policies rallied the country round him at a difficult and dangerous time
A leader should be confident and decisive.
We must take decisive action to solve this problem.
Victor Horta had a decisive impact on architecture in Belgium.
The teacher went over the classroom rules in a clear and decisive manner.
Julia makes up her mind quickly. She’s very decisive.
The project was plagued by uncertainties from the very beginning, and the team could not draw any decisive conclusions.
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He was a forceful leader.
The Victorians toned down this dark content – or made it less forceful. opposite: mild
Avoid forceful impact of the water for injections on the powder and avoid foaming.
I also need to get people to understand the real me! My forceful behaviour is one way I try to do this!
The plump young woman thrust the heel of her stiletto into my big toe under the pretence that I had been too forceful.
My impression of this government is that they need a more forceful economic policy, otherwise they'll encounter large problems in the future.
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Well, have you decided?
At long last, the two chiefs of the Indian tribes have decided to make peace.
She decided to drink water instead of soft drinks in order to lose weight.
One store decided to pull the controversial CD from its shelves.
At first I thought I liked the plan, but on second thought I decided to oppose it.
Let's decide what needs to be decided, then let's split into two teams, OK?
The Democrats haven't decided on their candidates yet, but in any case they're sure to lose.
The University Administration decided to set up a branch campus in New York.
The man in charge of the merry-go-round decided to make sure everything was working properly.
Our present house is too small, so we decided to move.
The administration decided to move the home office of the company to Hawaii.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
After ten years as business partners, they decided to part ways.
She looked at several dresses and decided on the most expensive one.
I don't think it makes him a bad person just because he's decided he likes to eat horse meat.
They resolved to work harder.
The problem resolved itself.
This case might not get resolved for a while.
No matter what the difficulties, I was resolved to make an actress out of this woman.
Instead of relying on a pension, he resolved to apply for the job.
I resolved to spend the rest of my life pursuing my ideals.
I had resolved to steal one yen to go see it, but we were poor and there was no way I would find one yen to steal around our house.
Kids these days think that any issue in life can be resolved as easily as restarting a computer game.
You see I've resolved to follow you wherever you go.
Any problem that can be resolved with money isn't a problem, but the problem is that I'm poor.
Light is resolved by a prism into seven colors.
He resolved to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime enterprise.
This liquid can be resolved into three elements.
It is a common experience that a problem difficult at night is resolved in the morning after the committee of sleep has worked on it.
The aim of this report is to explain why there is the problem of obesity among primary school children and how this problem could be resolved.
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6. strong minded