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res·o·lute

 (rĕz′ə-lo͞ot′, rĕz′ə-lo͞ot′)
adj.
Firm or determined; unwavering.

[Middle English, dissolved, dissolute, from Latin resolūtus, relaxed, past participle of resolvere, to relax, untie; see resolve.]

res′o·lute′ly adv.
res′o·lute′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.resolutely - showing firm determination or purpose; "she resolutely refused to look at him or speak to him"; "he entered the building resolutely"
irresolutely - lacking determination or decisiveness
2.resolutely - with firmness; "`I will come along,' she said decisively"
Translations
بِعَزْمٍ، بِثَبات
rázně
beslutsomt
ákveîiî, eindregiî
kararlılıkla

resolutely

[ˈrezəluːtlɪ] ADV [stride] → resueltamente; [stare] → con resolución; [refuse, resist] → firmemente, con firmeza; [act] → con resolución, con determinación
to be resolutely opposed to sth; stand resolutely against sthoponerse firmemente or con firmeza a algo

resolutely

[ˈrɛzəluːtli] adv [refuse, reject, oppose] → résolument
to remain resolutely opposed to sth → rester résolument opposé(e) à qch

resolutely

adv resistentschieden; refuse, answer alsobestimmt; stareentschlossen; strideentschlossen, resolut; to be resolutely opposed to somethingentschieden gegen etw sein; to remain resolutely committed to somethingsich weiterhin entschieden or entschlossen für etw einsetzen; to stand resolutely against somethingsich entschieden or entschlossen gegen etw wehren

resolutely

[ˈrɛzəluːtlɪ] adv (frm) → risolutamente

resolution

(rezəˈluːʃən) noun
1. a firm decision (to do something). He made a resolution to get up early.
2. an opinion or decision formally expressed by a group of people, eg at a public meeting. The meeting passed a resolution in favour of allowing women to join the society.
3. resoluteness.
4. the act of resolving (a problem etc).
ˈresolute (-luːt) adjective
doing what one has decided to do, in spite of opposition, criticism etc. a resolute attitude.
ˈresolutely adverb
ˈresoluteness noun
resolve (rəˈzolv) verb
1. to make a firm decision (to do something). I've resolved to stop smoking.
2. to pass (a resolution). It was resolved that women should be allowed to join the society.
3. to take away (a doubt, fear etc) or produce an answer to (a problem, difficulty etc).
noun
1. determination to do what one has decided to do. He showed great resolve.
2. a firm decision. It is his resolve to become a director of this firm.
resolved (rəˈzolvd) adjective
determined. I am resolved to go and nothing will stop me.
References in classic literature ?
Yet, notwithstanding all this, Van Baerle mounted the scaffold not the less resolutely, proud of having been the friend of that illustrious John, and godson of that noble Cornelius de Witt, whom the ruffians, who were now crowding to witness his own doom, had torn to pieces and burnt three days before.
But at this moment his eyes closed involuntarily, to receive more resolutely the terrible avalanche which was about to fall on his head, and to engulf his life.
She resolutely said, "I know not whether Jupiter will allot the prize to my son, but this I do know, that he is at least in the eyes of me his mother, the dearest, handsomest, and most beautiful of all.
And, with something of a pang, resolutely stifled, I realised for a moment the true blessedness of the single state I was so soon to leave behind.
The next evening found them treading resolutely the herring-bone walk through the tiny garden.
Sophia could have no possible suspicion of any falsehood in this account: she therefore mounted resolutely behind the fellow, who conveyed her safe to a town about five miles distant, where she had the satisfaction of finding the good Mrs Honour: for, as the soul of the waiting-woman was wrapt up in those very habiliments which used to enwrap her body, she could by no means bring herself to trust them out of her sight.
He showed me the clothing, which I resolutely put on; the letters, which I put into my pocket.
Harriet did think him all perfection, and maintained the nonexistence of any body equal to him in person or goodnessand did, in truth, prove herself more resolutely in love than Emma had foreseen; but yet it appeared to her so natural, so inevitable to strive against an inclination of that sort unrequited, that she could not comprehend its continuing very long in equal force.
Princess Mary hastily wiped away her tears, went resolutely up to Mademoiselle Bourienne, and evidently unconscious of what she was doing began shouting in angry haste at the Frenchwoman, her voice breaking: "It's horrible, vile, inhuman, to take advantage of the weakness.
God willing, I will check this vain repining,' she said, while the tears coursed one another down her cheeks in spite of her efforts; but she wiped them away, and resolutely shaking back her head, continued, 'I will exert myself, and look out for a small house, commodiously situated in some populous but healthy district, where we will take a few young ladies to board and educate--if we can get them--and as many day pupils as will come, or as we can manage to instruct.
I resolutely cut out music as impossible, settled down in my bedroom, and tackled my second, third, and fourth choices simultaneously.
she said to herself resolutely, shifting her seat in the lounge.