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de·ter·mined / diˈtərmind/ • adj. having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it: Alice was determined to be heard. ∎  processing or displaying resolve: Helen was a determined little girl a determined effort to reduce inflation. DERIVATIVES: de·ter·mined·ly adv. de·ter·mined·ness n.

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determined Describing embryonic tissue at a stage when it can develop only as a certain kind of tissue (rather than as any kind).

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