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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 ?
she cried, adding resolutely, "and I shall go, for Mother said I might see it, and I've got my rag money, and it was mean not to tell me in time.
There is so much going on that they do not have time to grow old," she told herself with a grim little smile, and went resolutely about the business of becoming ac- quainted with people.
If to this be added the fact that, in consequence of the ex parte application of the spur, one side of the mare appeared to journey faster than the other; and that the aggrieved flank was resolutely indicated by unremitted flourishes of a bushy tail, we finish the picture of both horse and man.
He again reached his trembling hand for the decanter, hesitated, and then, turning his back upon it, resolutely walked to the open window.
A hard, cold man, thus unfortunately situated, seldom or never looking inward, and resolutely taking his idea of himself from what purports to be his image as reflected in the mirror of public opinion, can scarcely arrive at true self-knowledge, except through loss of property and reputation.
The wiser effort would have been to diffuse thought and imagination through the opaque substance of to-day, and thus to make it a bright transparency; to spiritualise the burden that began to weigh so heavily; to seek, resolutely, the true and indestructible value that lay hidden in the petty and wearisome incidents, and ordinary characters with which I was now conversant.
However, Starbuck, who had the ordering of affairs, hung on to it to the last; hung on to it so resolutely, indeed, that when at length the ship would have been capsized, if still persisting in locking arms with the body; then, when the command was given to break clear from it, such was the immovable strain upon the timber-heads to which the fluke-chains and cables were fastened, that it was impossible to cast them off.
he suddenly exclaimed, gulping down very resolutely some kind of rising in his throat, and turning suddenly round upon the woman.
We had taken a good deal of trouble to teach ourselves the kindly German custom of saluting all strangers with doffed hat, and we resolutely clung to it, that morning, although it kept us bareheaded most of the time a nd was not always responded to.
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.
They both eagerly and resolutely declined her invitation.
I that evening shut my eyes resolutely against the future: I stopped my cars against the voice that kept warning me of near separation and coming grief.