English translation of 'decidere'
to decide on sthdecidere una data/un'ora
to agree on a date/time,
fix a date/timedecidere che
to decide thatdecidere di fare qc/di non fare qc
to decide to do sth/against doing sthho deciso di non andarci
I decided not to gosta a lui decidere
it's up to him to decideha deciso il nostro futuro
it determined our future
- (risolvere, disputa)
resolvedecidere una lite (law)
to settle a dispute
make up one's mindhai deciso?
have you decided?è venuto il momento di decidere
it's time to decide o make a decisionnon so decidere tra questi modelli
I can't decide which of these models to choosefu quel fatto a decidere del mio futuro
that was what decided o determined my future
'decidere' in Other Languages
British English: decide /dɪˈsaɪd/ VERB
If you decide to do something, you choose to do it.
She decided to do a secretarial course.
- American English: decide
- Arabic: يُقَرِّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: decidir
- Chinese: 决定
- Croatian: odlučiti
- Czech: rozhodnout (se)
- Danish: beslutte
- Dutch: beslissen
- European Spanish: decidir
- Finnish: päättää
- French: décider
- German: entscheiden (sich)
- Greek: αποφασίζω
- Italian: decidere
- Japanese: 決定する
- Korean: 결심하다
- Norwegian: bestemme
- Polish: zdecydować
- European Portuguese: decidir
- Romanian: a decide
- Russian: решать
- Spanish: decidir
- Swedish: bestämma
- Thai: ตัดสินใจ
- Turkish: karar vermek
- Ukrainian: вирішувати
- Vietnamese: quyết định
Nearby words of 'decidere'
Translation of decidere from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary
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