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de·ter·mined

 (dĭ-tûr′mĭnd)
adj.
1. Marked by or showing determination; resolute: was engaged in a protracted struggle with a determined enemy.
2. Decided or resolved: She is determined to be a doctor.

de·ter′mined·ly adv.
de·ter′mined·ness n.

determined

(dɪˈtɜːmɪnd)
adj
of unwavering mind; resolute; firm
deˈterminedly adv
deˈterminedness n

de•ter•mined

(dɪˈtɜr mɪnd)

adj.
1. resolute; staunch; unwavering.
2. decided; settled; resolved.
[1490–1500]
de•ter′mined•ly (-mɪnd li, -mə nɪd li) adv.
de•ter′mined•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.determined - characterized by great determination; "a struggle against a determined enemy"
resolute - firm in purpose or belief; characterized by firmness and determination; "stood resolute against the enemy"; "faced with a resolute opposition"; "a resolute and unshakeable faith"
2.determined - having been learned or found or determined especially by investigation
undetermined - not yet having been ascertained or determined; "of undetermined species"
3.determined - devoting full strength and concentrated attention to; "made continued and determined efforts to find and destroy enemy headquarters"
obstinate, stubborn, unregenerate - tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield
4.determined - determined or decided upon as by an authority; "date and place are already determined"; "the dictated terms of surrender"; "the time set for the launching"
settled - established or decided beyond dispute or doubt; "with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"
5.determined - strongly motivated to succeed
ambitious - having a strong desire for success or achievement

determined

adjective resolute, firm, dogged, fixed, constant, bold, intent, persistent, relentless, stalwart, persevering, single-minded, purposeful, tenacious, undaunted, strong-willed, steadfast, unwavering, immovable, unflinching, strong-minded He is making a determined effort to regain lost ground.
determined to or on intent on, committed to, set on, resolved to, bent on, obsessive about, fixated on, firm about His enemies are determined to ruin him. Are you absolutely determined on this course of action?

determined

adjective
1. Indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence:
2. Not hesitating or wavering:
3. On an unwavering course of action:
Translations
عَنيدمُحَدَّد، مُعَيَّن، مُقَرَّرمُصِرّمُصَمِّم
odhodlanýpevně rozhodnutýrozhodnutýrozhodnýurčený
beslutsombesluttet påbestemtfastlagtstædig
päättäväinenmäärätietoinen
odlučan
ákveîinnharîákveîinn, òrár
断固とした
단호한
odločen
bestämd
เด็ดเดี่ยว
kiên quyết

determined

[dɪˈtɜːmɪnd] ADJ [person] → decidido, resuelto; [effort] → resuelto, enérgico
he walked in with a determined look on his faceentró con aire resuelto
her refusal made me even more determinedsu negativa sólo sirvió para que me decidiese aún más
to be determined thatestar decidido a que + subjun
she is determined that her children should go to collegeestá decidida a que sus hijos vayan a la universidad
to be determined to do sthestar decidido or resuelto a hacer algo
she's determined to pass the examestá decidida or resuelta a aprobar el examen
his enemies are determined to ruin himsus enemigos se han empeñado en arruinarle, sus enemigos quieren arruinarle a toda costa
to make a determined attempt or effort to do sthponer todo su empeño en hacer algo

determined

[dɪˈtɜːrmɪnd] adj
[person] → déterminé(e), décidé(e)
to be determined to do sth → être déterminé(e) à faire qch
She's determined to succeed → Elle est déterminée à réussir.
[effort] → résolu(e)

determined

adjentschlossen; lookfest entschlossen; he is a determined opponent/supporter of capital punishmenter ist ein entschiedener Gegner/Befürworter der Todesstrafe; to make a determined effort or attempt to do somethingsein Möglichstes tun, um etw zu tun; he is determined that …er hat (fest) beschlossen, dass …; to be determined to do somethingfest entschlossen sein, etw zu tun, etw unbedingt tun wollen; they are determined to see that the people responsible are brought to justicesie wollen unbedingt dafür sorgen, dass die Verantwortlichen vor Gericht gebracht werden; he’s determined to make me lose my temperer legt es darauf an, dass ich wütend werde; you seem determined to exhaust yourselfdu scheinst dich mit aller Gewalt kaputtmachen zu wollen

determined

[dɪˈtɜːmɪnd] adj (person) → risoluto/a, deciso/a
a determined effort → uno sforzo di volontà
to be determined to do sth → essere determinato/a or deciso/a a fare qc

determine

(diˈtəːmin) verb
1. to fix or settle; to decide. He determined his course of action.
2. to find out exactly. He tried to determine what had gone wrong.
deˌtermiˈnation noun
1. firmness of character or stubbornness. She showed her determination by refusing to give way.
2. the act of determining.
deˈtermined adjective
1. having one's mind made up. She is determined to succeed.
2. stubborn. He's very determined.
3. fixed or settled. Our route has already been determined.

determined

مُصِرّ pevně rozhodnutý beslutsom entschlossen αποφασισμένος decidido päättäväinen déterminé odlučan determinato 断固とした 단호한 vastberaden måbevisst zdecydowany determinado решительный bestämd เด็ดเดี่ยว kararlı kiên quyết 决意的

determined

a. decidido-a; [in tests] comprobado-a.
References in classic literature ?
After having so nobly disentangled themselves from the shackles of Parental Authority, by a Clandestine Marriage, they were determined never to forfeit the good opinion they had gained in the World, in so doing, by accepting any proposals of reconciliation that might be offered them by their Fathers--to this farther tryal of their noble independance however they never were exposed.
HAVING fully resolved to leave the vessel clandestinely, and having acquired all the knowledge concerning the bay that I could obtain under the circumstances in which I was placed, I now deliberately turned over in my mind every plan to escape that suggested itself, being determined to act with all possible prudence in an attempt where failure would be attended with so many disagreeable consequences.
I had determined not to communicate my design of withdrawing from the vessel to any of my shipmates, and least of all to solicit any one to accompany me in my flight.
Nor has Socrates told us (nor is it easy to say) what plan of government should be pursued with respect to the individuals in the state where there is a community of goods established; for though the majority of his citizens will in general consist of a multitude of persons of different occupations, of those he has determined nothing; whether the property of the husbandman ought to be in common, or whether each person should have his share to himself; and also, whether their wives and children ought to be in common: for if all things are to be alike common to all, where will be the difference between them and the military, or what would they get by submitting to their government?
So that, at this distance, the topographical details of the moon, observed without glasses, could not be determined with precision.
Awakened now to the danger that menaced the establishment at Astoria, and aware of the importance of protecting this foothold of American commerce and empire on the shores of the Pacific, the government determined to send the frigate Adams, Captain Crane, upon this service.
But I was determined to be discreet, to bear in mind my being only four months a widow, and to be as quiet as possible: and I have been so, my dear creature; I have admitted no one's attentions but Mainwaring's.
Throw up a handful of feathers, and all must fall to the ground according to definite laws; but how simple is this problem compared to the action and reaction of the innumerable plants and animals which have determined, in the course of centuries, the proportional numbers and kinds of trees now growing on the old Indian ruins!
Should the result of her observations be unfavourable, she was determined at all events to open the eyes of her sister; should it be otherwise, her exertions would be of a different nature--she must then learn to avoid every selfish comparison, and banish every regret which might lessen her satisfaction in the happiness of Marianne.
In the same way I fancied that those nations which, starting from a semi-barbarous state and advancing to civilization by slow degrees, have had their laws successively determined, and, as it were, forced upon them simply by experience of the hurtfulness of particular crimes and disputes, would by this process come to be possessed of less perfect institutions than those which, from the commencement of their association as communities, have followed the appointments of some wise legislator.
And when he does, Mary, you may depend upon hearing my opinion; but I am determined not to judge him beforehand.
At last the ape-man determined to continue toward the northeast in the general direction of German East Africa until he came upon natives from whom he might gain information as to Rokoff's whereabouts.