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settled
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not changeable.
  2. Inhabited by colonists.
  3. Established in a desired position or place; not moving about.
  4. Established or decided beyond dispute or doubt.
Part of Speech(动) verb
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固定gùdìngto fix; to fasten; to set rigidly in place; fixed; set; regular
决定juédìngto decide (to do something); to resolve; decision; certainly
不变bùbiànconstant; unvarying; (math.) invariant
永久yǒngjiǔeverlasting; perpetual; lasting; forever; permanent
了断liǎoduànto settle (a dispute etc); to break off (a relationship etc); resolution (of a problem)
了结liǎojiéto settle; to finish; to conclude; to wind up
停当tíngdàngsettled; accomplished; ready
定当dìngdàngsettled; ready; finished
平息píngxīto settle (a dispute); to quieten down; to suppress
结清jiéqīngto settle (an account); to square up
谈定tándìngto settle
落户luòhùto settle; to set up home
澄清dèngqīngto settle (of liquid); to become clear (by precipitation of impurities); precipitate (chemistry); to put in order; to quell disturbances
沉淀chéndiànto settle; to precipitate (solid sediment out of a solution)
定居dìngjūto settle (in some city, country etc); to take up residence
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