- 明确的,确切的 having clear limits
- 一定的,肯定的 sure or certain
precise; explicit and clearly defined;
"I want a definite answer"
"a definite statement of the terms of the will"
"a definite amount"
"definite restrictions on the sale of alcohol"
"the wedding date is now definite"
"a definite drop in attendance"
known for certain;
"it is definite that they have won"
- His vague ideas crystallized into a definite plan.
- The workers demand a definite answer.
- You have our definite support.
- It's definite that he will win.
- Is it definite that they will sign that contract?
- We demand a definite answer.
- It was a definite mistake for him to have gone alone.
- His school work was not up to the definite standard.
- The explanation he gave is not definite enough .
- I had no trouble finding your house because your directions were definite.
- The doctor is quite definite about Tom having measles.
- She was very definite about having seen him.
- It was very definite in answer.
- I am definite that I put key on the table.
- It's definite he will come to help us.
- Is it definite that he is not coming?
The eyebrows were lightly marked but their structure was definite.出自： E. Bowen
He should not begin any translations without some definite promise from a publisher.出自： A. Thwaite
- ☆ 16世纪50年代进入英语，直接源自古典拉丁语的definitus，意为确定的，有限制的。