definite στα Αγγλικά

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adj. clear, decisive; limited; specific
v. define, term; determine; fix, settle
adj. definite, determinate, distinct, finite

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There is a definite risk.
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There is nothing definite.
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Mr and Mrs O’Hara had not made any definite plans for New Year’s Eve.
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“What we know is that according to this new information — which is not necessarily definite —, we should open a new search area in the Indian Ocean.
(Voice of America)
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Desnoyers and the senator were also concerned about their future, but in a very definite way. They must be married as soon as possible. What was the use of waiting?
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Excessive patriotism irritates me, he pursued. "Hearing people form plans for the definite extinction of Germany
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She had noticed, too, that Rene and his father were talking together in a low tone, with repressed emotion. Moved by an irresistible impulse, she hovered near the closed door, hoping to hear something definite.
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The fall of the leaves in the following autumn would greet the definite triumph of Germany. With the assurance of a professor who does not expect his dictum to be refuted by his hearers,
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to judge from the periodicals. They continued publishing war-stories so as to keep enthusiasm at fever-heat, but nothing definite. The Government, too, was issuing communications of vague and rhetorical verbosity.
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9. Let H « A + iB be positive definite Hermitian; then \A\ > \B\ {Robertson).
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