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British pronunciation/dɪsˈa‍ɪd/
American pronunciation/ˌdɪˈsaɪd/
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to think carefully about different things and choose one of them

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to decide definition and meaning
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to make a legal or official judgment concerning a matter or legal case

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2.1

to be the primary reason as to why someone does something

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The delicious smell of pizza decided him to order a slice.
The tempting offer decided me to purchase the new phone.
Her love for adventure decided her to climb the mountain.
The stunning view from the balcony decided it for us: we would book the apartment.
I had considered other options, but the scholarship they offered was quite generous, and that decided me.
2.2

to have an effect on the result of a particular thing

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Her performance in the last game will decide the outcome of the tournament.
The timing of the market entry decided the company's success.
Your vote will decide which candidate wins the election.
The weather can decide whether we have a picnic or stay indoors.
Studying diligently can decide whether you pass or fail the exam.
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After much debate, they decided to go on a road trip.
He had to decide whether to accept the job offer.
I couldn't decide between pizza or pasta, so I ordered both.
Her performance in the last game will decide the outcome of the tournament.
The timing of the market entry decided the company's success.
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