English - Vietnamese Dictionary
determine /di'tə:min/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- định, xác định, định rõ
- to determine the meaning of words: xác định nghĩa từ
- quyết định, định đoạt
- hard work determine good results: làm việc tích cực quyết đinh kết quả tốt đẹp
- to determine a fate: định đoạt số phận
- làm cho quyết định, làm cho có quyết tâm thôi thúc
- to determine someone to do something: làm cho người nào quyết định việc gì, thôi thúc người nào làm việc gì
- (pháp lý) làm mãn hạn, kết thúc
- nội động từ
- quyết định, quyết tâm, kiên quyết
- to determine on doing (to do) something: quyết định làm gì; quyết tâm (kiên quyết) làm gì
- (pháp lý) mãn hạn, hết hạn (giao kèo, khế ước...)
+establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study
+shape or influence; give direction to
+fix conclusively or authoritatively
+decide upon or fix definitely
+reach, make, or come to a decision about something
+fix in scope; fix the boundaries of; the tree determines the border of the property
+settle conclusively; come to terms
+find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort
Advanced English Dictionary
1 settle, decide, clinch, arbitrate, judge, adjudge, conclude, terminate, end:
The ambiguity must be determined one way or the other.
2 ascertain, find out, discover, conclude, infer, draw, learn, detect; verify:
From the evidence, they determined the identity of the intruder.
3 decide, choose, select, resolve, make up one's mind, settle on or upon, fix on or upon:
You alone can determine which candidate you want to vote for.
4 affect, influence, act on, shape, condition, govern, regulate, dictate:
There were many factors determining my choice.
+ verb (formal)Collocation Dictionary
1 to discover the facts about sth; to calculate sth exactly: [VN] An inquiry was set up to determine the cause of the accident. + [V wh-] We set out to determine exactly what happened that night. [also VN that]
2 to make sth happen in a particular way or be of a particular type: [VN] Age and experience will be determining factors in our choice of candidate. + Upbringing plays an important part in determining a person's character. [also V wh-]
3 to officially decide and/or arrange sth: [VN] A date for the meeting has yet to be determined. + [V (that)] The court determined (that) the defendant should pay the legal costs.
4 ~ on sth / to do sth to decide definitely to do sth: [V to inf] They determined to start early. [also V, V (that)]
We need a detailed investigation to determine exactly why these cancers are occurring.
VERB + DETERMINE
try to | be used to, help to
Computer models help to determine whether a particular area is likely to flood.
| be easy to, be possible to | be difficult to, be impossible to
It is difficult to determine the exact cause of the illness.
| be necessary to | be able to
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