- n the cognitive process of reaching a decision
- v reach, make, or come to a decision about something
- v bring to an end; settle conclusively
- v cause to decide
- v influence or determine
- s having the power or quality of deciding
cast the deciding vote
- Whether you're deciding between French teachers or you just want to vent about last semester's lousy history lecturer, Rate My Professors is the place to go.
- January 3rd marked the start of the nearly six-month-long process of Americans decidingstate-by-statewho they want on the presidential ballot in November.
- He calculated that Israel couldn't rule the Palestinians there and remain a democracy; he had no trouble deciding which was more important.
News & Articles
- Lehigh County commissioners again delay deciding fate of Hamilton Crossings
After nearly three hours of discussion, Lehigh County commissioners again delayed deciding the fate of the Hamilton Crossings shopping center in Lower Macungie Township. Before them on Wednesday night was an ordinance approving the county’s participation in tax increment financing –TIF –for the $140 million development. Developers of the upscale shopping center maintain they cannot build it ...
June 13, 2013 - WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
- How to Avoid Big Brother's Gaze
Deciding on the level of encryption you should be using requires careful consideration.
June 13, 2013 - CIO
- Conley forces deciding 3rd game in state baseball finals
Davis Kirkpatrick led gutsy DH Conley to a 7-6 win over Weddington on Saturday afternoon forcing a third and deciding game in the State 3A Baseball Championship series. Tonight's third and deciding
June 12, 2013 - WNCT Greenville
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in NewsBlaze
I thank you, Pennsylvania, for deciding I can be that president. Some people counted me out and said to drop out,Clinton said. "Well, the American people don't quit and they deserve a president who doesn't quit, either."
- President Bush in Wall Street Journal
I like Crawford,Mr. Bush said. "Unfortunately after eight years of asking her to sacrifice, I'm now no longer the decision maker. She'll be deciding, thanks for the suggestion. I suggest you don't yell it out when she's here."
- Ben Bernanke in International Herald Tribune
In deciding, we must walk a fine line: We have an obligation to prevent fraud and abusive lending; at the same time, we must tread carefully so as not to suppress responsible lending or eliminate refunding opportunities for subprime borrowers,...