adjective, noun +adjective 1 ~ (that ...) sure or certain; unlikely to change: Can you give me a definite answer by tomorrow? + Is it definite that he's leaving? + I've heard rumours, but nothing definite. + a definite offer of a job + I'm not sure-I can find out for definite if you like. + That's definite then, is it? + They have very definite ideas on how to bring up children. 2 easily or clearly seen or understood; obvious: The look on her face was a definite sign that sth was wrong. + There was a definite feeling that things were getting worse. 3[not before noun] ~ (about sth) ~ (that ...) (of a person) sure that sth is true or that sth is going to happen and stating it to other people: I'm definite about this. +noun[sing.] (informal) something that you are certain about or that you know will happen; sb who is sure to do sth: 'We're moving our office to Glasgow.' 'That's a definite, is it?' + 'Is Sarah coming to the party?' 'Yes, she's a definite.'
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