[ US /ˌdɪˈsaɪdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsˈa‍ɪdɪŋ/ ]
  1. having the power or quality of deciding
    the determinative (or determinant) battle
    the crucial experiment
    cast the deciding vote
  1. the cognitive process of reaching a decision
    a good executive must be good at decision making
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How To Use deciding In A Sentence

  • Ratzinger exercised extraordinary ‘thought-control’ in deciding which works of theologians were orthodox and which were verboten.
  • And stamina while playing a computer may be the deciding factor in this match.
  • There were periods of real heroism as Scotland tried to speed the game up, Gordon Simpson deciding to run a quick one at the outset.
  • III, by deciding whether a codetta or coda has been added. Lessons in Music Form A Manual of Analysis of All the Structural Factors and Designs Employed in Musical Composition
  • So that deciding contestable moral questions by reference to what any particular person would think about them loses its validity.
  • I can understand a responsible Liberal minister deciding, ATC, not to open this can, but not without first tipping off the PM and probably not without tipping off the priviest part of the privy council the part that handles national security issues. Kory Teneycke, meet my tire iron.
  • Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves. Ronald Reagan 
  • An injury to Rossendale goalkeeper John Gillies proved to be the deciding factor in this match.
  • So, more studies are needed before concluding the maximum amount of additives for each ingredient and deciding whether the foods qualify under the regulation.
  • The shop and cafe were once a thriving business and despite a recent upturn in fortunes, a three-year period of losses have led to charity chiefs deciding it is no longer financially viable.
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