decisive

  常用词汇  
[dɪ'saɪsɪv]     [dɪ'saɪsɪv]    
  • adj. 决定性的;果断的
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decisive的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 决定性(意义)的,关键的,决定(大计)的,重大的,紧要的
  2. 果断的,决断的,决然的,断然的
  3. 确定的,明确的
  4. 坚决的,坚定的
  5. 最后的,结论性的,确定性的

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 决定性的,关键的 very important for the final result of a particular situation
  2. 坚决的,果断的,决断 able to decide sth quickly and with confidence

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. determining or having the power to determine an outcome;

    "cast the decisive vote"
    "two factors had a decisive influence"

  2. unmistakable;

    "had a decisive lead in the polls"

  3. characterized by decision and firmness;

    "an able and decisive young woman"
    "we needed decisive leadership"
    "she gave him a decisive answer"

  4. forming or having the nature of a turning point or crisis;

    "a critical point in the campaign"
    "the critical test"

decisive的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The enemy was defeated in a decisive battle.
    敌人在一场决定性的战斗中被击败。
  2. His opinion is decisive on the question.
    他对这个问题的意见是决定性的。
  3. She handles affairs in a decisive manner.
    她办事果断。
  4. A decisive person is needed to decide this matter.
    需要一个果断的人来决定这件事。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. Your argument was the decisive one.
    你提供的论据是决定性的。
  2. She has played a decisive role in the peace negotiations.
    她在和谈中起了关键作用。
  3. I'll take a decisive step.
    我要迈出决定性的一步。
  4. The team had a decisive victory by winning 20 to 2.
    那个队以20比2赢了,获得决定性的胜利。
  5. Next Monday could be a decisive day for the magazine.
    下星期一对这个杂志可能是一个决定性的日子。
  6. The decisive point in his getting the job is that he speaks Greek.
    他所以能得到这个职位是他会讲希腊语,这一点是起决定性作用的。
  7. They have played a decisive role in building Silicon valley.
    在硅谷建设中他们起了决定性作用。
  8. It was a decisive battle—we won the war because of it.
    那是一次决定性的战役,由此我们打赢了那场战争。
  9. That was a decisive factor in his decision to emigrate.
    那是他决心移居国外的决定因素。
  10. The allies won a decisive victory.
    盟国取得了决定性的胜利。
  11. The Battle of Sarotoga was a decisive victory for the Americans.
    萨拉托卡之役的取胜是美国人的一次决定性的胜利。
  12. A decisive person acts quickly and often succeeds.
    果断的人当机立断,常常成功。
  13. The government must take decisive action on gun control.
    在枪支管制方面政府必须采取果断措施。
  14. What the firm needs is a strong and decisive leader.
    公司需要的是一位强有力而又果断的领导。
  15. The general was known for his decisive manner.
    这位将军素以大刀阔斧的作风而著称。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. It's no good hesitating. Be decisive.
    犹豫没好处,果断一些。
S+be+~+ prep. -phrase
  1. Public opinion is decisive on the question.
    舆论对这个问题起决定性的作用。
  2. Our air force was decisive in winning the war.
    我们的空军在打赢这场战争中起了决定性作用。
  3. These well-known words, used for many centuries, are decisive for the understanding of what a marriage means.
    这些众所周知的词语使用了许多世纪,对于理解婚姻的意义具有决定性的作用。
  4. The enemy's lack of inspired leadership was decisive to its defeat, long before a single shot was fired.
    敌人一枪未放、不战自败,其中决定性的原因是缺乏高明的统帅。
  5. She was very decisive in her handling of the problem.
    她在处理那个问题上非常果断敢行。
It is/was+~+of sb+to- v
  1. It's decisive of you to take the action on this issue.
    在这个行动上你坚决果断。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词

经典引文

  • The decisive argument his friends had used to convince him.

    出自: A. Koestler
  • Midway..one of the decisive battles of the war.

    出自: D. Fraser

decisive的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. decisive是动词decide派生的形容词,基本意思是“决定性的”,即指对于最终结果“起关键性作用的”,常用于某些能够终止争论或竞争,结束忧虑,解除疑惑,排除危险的行为、事件、影响或论点。作此解时,decisive不用于比较等级。
  2. decisive还可表示人的性格等“坚决的,坚定的,果断的,勇敢的”。指坚定地或最终成功地解决某一有争议问题的能力或意图。
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