Results for: Deciding

In Nouns

Is decide a noun?

No, the word decide is a verb (decide, decides, deciding, decided); to come to a resolution in the mind as a result of consideration; to make a choice.
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Who decides what is ethical?

  The people is a society decide what is ethical based on their collective understanding of what is right and wrong. Usually the dominant religion of the region is the fra (MORE)

If a jury can not decide?

It is called a "hung" jury. Usually the judge will instruct them to go back and keep trying and to re-consider their positions, but if it is an issue that cannot be resolved, (MORE)

What has he decided to do with the sisters?

Creon decided to sentence Antigone to death, but let Ismene free because she was not guilty.
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What does decided mean?

  Decided means to choose for example: sam has to choose between two lollipops a red one and a pink one he DECIDED to have the red one
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Who decide the Salary?

Generally, either the hiring manager or someone a level or two  above them decides what a salary will be for a given position (or  there is at least a range they have in min (MORE)
In Grammar

Is decided noun?

no, decided is not a noun because a noun is a person, place, or thing decided is none of these so it is an adjective describing what the noun has decided
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In Grammar

What is the difference between had decided and has decided?

Example Sentences are the order of the day:   "Dinie Slothouber had decided to move on from Mitch Longley... but  then she thought better of it."   "Dinie Slothouber (MORE)