Definition of decide
come to a resolution in the mind as a result of consideration.
He looked at her suspiciously but apparently decided that she was being sincere.
Example of decide
A panel of judges will decide the Variety Club awards, which will go to the region's top personalities in sport and media.
Arguments for and against a controversial new theme park ride have been aired before a Government inspector who must decide its fate.
But whatever the judges or the legislators decide , a court order is no good unless it can be enforced.
Claremorris now face Westport B in a game that will decide the championship in Westport Saturday week.
Each government must decide its various priorities, and these may vary from year to year, decade to decade.
For Murphy, the past has finally caught up and he must now decide his own fate.
he has to decide what to do next
However, the council will not decide its budget until February 21 and the plans could be opposed by other party political groups.
I can't decide between the two
In the end, how you play the game and the decisions you make will decide his fate and the fate of the town.