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decision /dɪˈsɪʒən/ noun


رای ، قرار (محکمه) ، نتیجه ، عزم ، تصمیم ، حکم دادگاه ، داوری ، کامپیوتر: تصمیم ، قانون ـ فقه: قرار ، ورزش: برنده با امتیاز ، برنده کشتی با امتیاز ، علوم نظامی: رای
مهندسی صنایع: تصمیم
تصمیم گرفتن ، عزم کردن مهندسی صنایع: فروش/خرید/تدارکات: تصمیم ، داوری الکترونیک: تصمیم ، کامپیوتر: رای ، تصمیم ، قرار ، محکمه ، : حقوق: برنده با امتیاز ، بوکس : ، برنده کشتی با امتیاز ، ورزشی: نتیجه ، تصمیم ، رای ، علوم نظامی: عزم ، تصمیم ، حکم دادگاه ، داوری کامپیوتر: تصمیم

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

decision
[noun]
Synonyms:
- judgment, arbitration, conclusion, finding, resolution, ruling, sentence, verdict
- decisiveness, determination, firmness, purpose, resolution, resolve, strength of mind or will
Antonyms: indecision
Contrasted words: deadlock, draw, stalemate, standoff, tie, changeableness, indetermination, irresolution, uncertainty, unsureness, faltering, fluctuation, hesitation, vacillation, wavering
Related Words: accord, agreement, understanding, accommodation, adjustment, arrangement, compromise, reconciliation, choice, preference, selection, doggedness, obstinacy, obstinance, perseverance, persistence, stubbornness, earnestness, seriousness, backbone, fortitude, grit, pluck

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

decision S1 W1 /dɪˈsɪʒən/ noun
[Word Family: noun: decision, indecision; adverb: decidedly, decisivelyindecisively; adjective: decidedundecided, decisiveindecisive; verb: decide]

1. [countable] a choice or judgment that you make after a period of discussion or thought:
Do you ever wonder if you made the right decision?
decision to do something
She refused to discuss her decision to quit the group.
decision about/on
We finally came to a firm decision on the matter.
decision as to which/whether/who etc
Viewers make the final decision as to who should be eliminated from the competition.
The judges’ decision is final (=it will not be changed).

2. [uncountable] the quality someone has that makes them able to make choices or judgments quickly and confidently Antonym : indecision:
the ability to act with speed and decision

3. [uncountable] the act of deciding something:
The Court has the ultimate power of decision.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

decision
noun
ADJ. big, crucial, fateful, important, key, landmark (law), major, momentous It was a big decision to have to make. In a landmark decision, the court agreed to hear evidence from twenty years earlier.
difficult, hard, tough the difficult decision of whether to go to university or nurse her sick mother
firm We need a firm decision by Friday.
prompt, snap I had to make a snap decision about what to do with the money.
hasty, knee-jerk, rash | final, irreversible, irrevocable On Monday, the board of directors will meet to make their final decision. The decision is irreversible.
informed I need more facts before I can make an informed decision.
arbitrary | good, rational, right, sensible, wise | bad, poor, unwise, wrong | collective, joint, unanimous In the end, the decision to scrap the project was unanimous.
majority, split | court, government, etc. | investment, policy, etc.
VERB + DECISION arrive at, come to, make, reach, take Key decisions are always taken by the editor.
announce, give (sb) The committee will give us their decision tomorrow.
abide by The decision has been made, and we must all abide by it.
affirm, uphold The management committee upheld her decision to fire two of her staff.
reconsider | appeal against, challenge plans to challenge this decision in the High Court
overrule, overturn, quash, reverse Nobody has the authority to overrule his decision.
defer
DECISION + NOUN maker
PREP. ~ about/on a decision on her future
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

decision

make a decision
I want to think about it a bit longer before I make a decision.
take a decision British English (=make an important or formal decision)
I fully accept the decision taken by the committee.
reach/come to/arrive at a decision (=make a decision after a lot of thought)
We hope they will reach their decision as soon as possible.
regret a decision (=wish you had not made a particular decision)
I was already regretting my decision to go on holiday with him.
reconsider a decision (=think about changing a decision you have made)
He said he wasn't prepared to reconsider his decision.
reverse a decision (=change a decision)
They want him to reverse his decision to quit.
overrule/overturn a decision (=officially change a decision by another person or group)
A director of the company had overruled that decision.
postpone a decision (=not make a decision until later)
The government has postponed its decision about when to hold the election.
an important decision
My father made all the important decisions.
a big decision (=an important decision)
Marriage is a big decision.
a major decision (=very important)
The government now has some major decisions to make.
a difficult/hard/tough decision
In the end I took the difficult decision to retire early.
a good decision
It was a good decision to change the name of the product.
a bad decision
I think he made a bad decision.
the right decision
She chose to study Engineering and it was definitely the right decision.
the wrong decision
I thought I'd made the wrong decision marrying Jeff.
a conscious/deliberate decision (=one that you have thought about clearly)
Belinda had made a conscious decision to have a baby.
a clear/firm decision (=a definite one)
It's now time to come to a clear decision on this.
a final decision (=one that will not be changed)
The council will make a final decision in four months.
a snap decision (=one that you make extremely quickly)
Police officers often have to make snap decisions on how to act.
a controversial decision (=that people disagree about)
The history of the law is full of controversial decisions.
a hasty decision (=one that you make without enough thought)
Don't let yourself be forced into making hasty decisions.
a joint decision (=one that two people make together)
Jo and I made a joint decision that we should separate.
a collective decision (=one that a number of people make together)
Society should take collective decisions about individual rights and responsibilities.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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