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make a decision

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Synonyms for decide

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

to make up or cause to make up one's mind

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You know very well how she will decide it," said Anne, almost in tears.
After having combined with the Executive in betraying the interests of the nation in a ruinous treaty, what prospect, it is asked, would there be of their being made to suffer the punishment they would deserve, when they were themselves to decide upon the accusation brought against them for the treachery of which they have been guilty?
The full score of men shot three times at each target, and then three times again to decide a tie.
At the bidding of the King, the herald announced that the open target was to be shot at, to decide the title of the best archer in all England; and any man there present was privileged to try for it.
How say you, if first we decide this open target and then match the five best thereat against your unknown champions?
You will do as the majority decide, or you will be `the first' without the formality of drawing lots," said Monsieur Thuran threateningly.
Spider bent, wide-eyed, toward the hand that was to decide his fate, for whatever luck was Clayton's on this last draw, the opposite would be Spider's.
Wait and see what the chances of the next eight-and-forty hours might bring forth, and then write to her, or desert her, as the event might decide.
In a nutshell: The guy who made ``Narc'' decides to be Tarantino.
We want to see the money in our accounts - it's the group that decides.
Jones decides to refinance when the balance of the original loan has reduced to $100,000.
Like the kibbutz movement in Israel, each kibbutz is a little community that decides together "how life is lived.
In theory, this broadness decides the case facing the court and simultaneously articulates a rule of law applicable to similar cases that have not yet arisen.
The Supreme Court decides whether the actions of federal, state, and local governments are constitutional.