Romanian English Dictionary

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decisiv in English:

1. decisive decisive

Do you know anybody who is very decisive?
The result of the vote was very decisive: the Liberal candidate had won with a 75% majority.
decisive man
Are you a decisive person? Decide now!
Today's game will be a crucial battle; the result will be decisive.
Prime Minister, this is a decisive period in international politics.
I don't like going shopping with her because she is indecisive
The archers played a decisive part in the victory
Winston Churchill's decisive policies rallied the country round him at a difficult and dangerous time
A leader should be confident and decisive.
We must take decisive action to solve this problem.
Victor Horta had a decisive impact on architecture in Belgium.
The teacher went over the classroom rules in a clear and decisive manner.
Julia makes up her mind quickly. She’s very decisive.
The project was plagued by uncertainties from the very beginning, and the team could not draw any decisive conclusions.

English word "decisiv"(decisive) occurs in sets:

CAE 576 - 600

2. crucial

crucial changes
It is crucial that the problem is tackled immediately
This phase of our company's growth plan is crucial, so it's very important we don't muck anything up.
This aid money is crucial to the government’s economic policies.
Education of my daughter is crucial.
Today's game will be a crucial battle; the result will be decisive.
All of these groups provide crucial services for the city.
An example of crucial is information that a bomb is about to go off.
We believe the question being investigated by the Commission is one of crucial importance to the country.
crucial = something that is crucial is extremely important. Experience is, of course, a crucial factor in deciding who would be the best person for the job.
It is crucial that you get regular exercise if you want to lose weight
There are no elements more important than others, but timing(wyczucie czasu, moment) is crucial . /ˈkruːʃəl/
It could become a crucial factor in opening up and influencing Belarusian culture.
I think that the review of this Seventh Framework Programme is absolutely crucial.
We cannot expect to have halcyon days until we get safely through the crucial period in life.

English word "decisiv"(crucial) occurs in sets:

CAE 1051 - 1075