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indecisive
,ɪndɪ'saɪsɪv
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not definitely settling something.
  2. Characterized by lack of decision and firmness.
  3. Not clearly defined.
Hyphenationin•de•ci•sive
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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非决定性fēi juédìngxìnginconclusive
犹豫不决yóuyù bù juéhesitancy; indecision; to waver
不明确bùmíng quèindefinite; unclear
chánindecisive; irresolute
优柔寡断yōuróu guǎ duànindecisive; irresolute
把持不定bǎchí bùdìngindecisive (idiom)
摇摆不定yáobǎi bùdìngindecisive; wavering
龟毛guīmáoindecisive; fussy; nitpicking (Taiwan dialect)
媕婀ān'ē(literary) to hesitate; indecisive
踌躇不决chóuchú bù juéto hesitate; indecisive
优柔yōuróugentle; carefree; indecisive; weak
惺忪xīngsōngdrowsy-eyed; wavering; indecisive; awake; conscious; clearheaded
拿不准ná bùzhǔnin doubt; unsure of something; unable to decide; indecisive
xǐng(non-classical form) to awake (from errors, illusions, etc. to come to one's sense, (interchangeable ) clever; wise, wavering; indecisive
朝三暮四zhāo sān mù sìlit. say three in the morning but four in the evening (idiom); to change something that is already settled upon; indecisive; to blow hot and cold
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