- 决 [jué]
- （作出主张; 决定） decide; determine:
be undecided; be awaiting decision; 悬而未决
hesitate; be unable to reach a decision; be in a state of indecision 犹豫不决- （执行死刑; 杀死） execute a person:
put to death; execute; 处决
execute by shooting 枪决- （裂开; 断开） (of a dyke, etc.) be breached; burst:
The river broke through its banks, and flooded the country for many miles around. 河水决堤，淹没了方圆数英里的乡村。
The bank burst and totally collapsed. 全堤溃决。
- （用在否定词前面: 一定） definitely; certainly; under any circumstances:
be entirely without malice; bear no ill will whatsoever; 决非恶意
No such things ever happened. 决无此事。
He was utterly ruthless in his determination to succeed.
Let's flip a coin to decide who should go first - do you want heads or tails?
They drew lots to decide which of them should go first.
The doctors held a consultation to decide whether an operation was necessary.
It's the Prime Minister's prerogative to decide when to call an election.
It was difficult for us to decide which road to take.
He determined to form a club.