Translation of decidedly in Spanish:

decidedly

decididamente, adv.

Pronunciation /dɪˈsʌɪdɪdli//dəˈsaɪdədli/

adverb

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    (definitely)
    decididamente
    it struck me as decidedly odd me pareció decididamente raro
    • In fact the eventual winners were looking decidedly shaky at this stage.
    • It seems some of the Scottish press didn't like the decidedly downbeat conclusion of the feature.
    • Some of the football, especially in the opening half, was decidedly moderate.
    • I ended up occupying the end of the bar and nursing a Guinness and feeling decidedly uncomfortable.
    • She was decidedly uncomfortable when she felt the warmth of his body next to hers.
    • Tech Review has taken a look at the CPU prices this week and noticed a decidedly upward trend.
    • GM now earns less per vehicle than Ford or Chrysler: a decidedly unsustainable position.
    • We gave him and his male co-workers a brief summary, but they were decidedly unimpressed.
    • The gatekeeper looked decidedly uncomfortable and stared down at the ground.
    • It was such an intimate and caring gesture that it made me decidedly uncomfortable.
    • The result is an honest record that is as compelling as it is decidedly uncommercial.
    • Whatever its origins, sticky toffee pudding is decidedly British and is certainly a treat worth making properly.
    • I think he just has a bit of a cold, as his eyes are a bit watery, he is definitely lacking energy and vim and he is decidedly grumpy.
    • The movie has its heart in the right place, but the result is a decidedly mixed bag.
    • As with the team, the report is positive overall, but decidedly mixed.
    • In fact, some studies have shown that youth crime has taken a decidedly downward turn.
    • It sounds decidedly unromantic but when it comes to practicality, Grevett has hit the nail on the head.
    • The two gentlemen who were operating the roulette table were looking decidedly worried.
    • The lacklustre script gives the actors nothing to do and the villain is decidedly bland.
    • Due to environmental conditions this risk was decidedly lower than in previous years.
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    (determinedly)
    (act/speak) con decisión
    • ‘If he goes, Michael, Katie, and I will go, too,’ she said decidedly.