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appoint to set or decide on. [1/2 definitions]
call off to decide not to do or have; cancel.
cancel to do away with; decide against; call off. [1/2 definitions]
championship (sometimes plural) one or more contests held to decide the champion. [1/2 definitions]
choose to decide (often followed by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
conscience the sense that allows a person to decide between right and wrong actions.
court the judges or other people who hear and decide legal cases. [1/8 definitions]
decree to order or decide officially. [1/2 definitions]
determine to decide or settle finally and without question. [1/3 definitions]
elect to choose or decide. [1/2 definitions]
eliminate to decide to leave out; remove from the set of choices. [1/2 definitions]
fate the power that is often believed to decide what will happen in human life or history. [1/3 definitions]
fix to decide on or set; bring into a final state that cannot be changed. [1/7 definitions]
interpret to decide on or explain the meaning of. [1/4 definitions]
judge a person trained to hear and decide cases brought before a court of law. [3/6 definitions]
jury a group of people called to a court of law who listen to the facts of a case and decide its outcome. [1/2 definitions]
justice a person whose job is to decide questions brought before a court; judge. [1/3 definitions]
lot one of a set of objects used to decide something by chance. [1/5 definitions]
make up one's mind to decide.
opt to decide; choose (usually followed by "for" or an infinitive).
ordain to order or decide by law or authority. [1/2 definitions]