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to judge / to determine / judgment
diagnosis / to diagnose
  *断* | 断* | *断
to break / to snap / to cut off / to give up or abstain from sth / to judge / (usu. used in the negative) absolutely / definitely / decidedly
to enjoy market dominance / to monopolize
firm / decisive
to cut short / to break off / to discontinue / to interrupt
section / fragment / segment
unceasing / uninterrupted / continuous / constant
partition / to stand between / wall or fence serving as partition
disconnected / interrupted / suspended / a gap / a break
to block / to obstruct / to intercept / to interdict
(of fuse wire) to melt / to blow
to interrupt / to break off / to break (a bone)
to buy out / buyout / severance
anti-trust legislation / anti-monopoly
a steady flow (idiom); an unending stream
to make a decision / resolution / decisiveness / resolute
to cut off / to sever
to infer / to judge / inference / judgment / conclusion
to infer / to deduce / to predict / to extrapolate
to break or cut in two / to sever / to cut off / (fig.) to cut off (a conversation, a flow etc) / to interrupt / (math.) to truncate
to hang up (a phone)
continuous / unceasing
to bring to a conclusion / to settle (a dispute) / to do away with (oneself) / to break off (a relationship) / resolution (of a problem)
to cut off / to chop sth in half
to make prompt decisions (idiom)
in unbroken succession (idiom)
arbitrary / subjective / dogmatic
to nip (i.e. cut short) / to pinch off
to judge
withdrawal (from drugs)
to judge (i.e. to hear and pass judgment in a law court) / to hear and decide
constantly in turmoil / crisis after crisis
indecisive / irresolute
lit. two segments with a single cut (idiom) / fig. to make a clean break (idiom)
to take one's life
to fall and break / to break (bones) by falling
to chop off
arbitration (law)
to assume / assumption
to examine
cut off / disconnect
to consider and decide
to snap sth off / to break
resourceful and decisive / resolute and sagacious
to act arbitrarily / to make decisions without consulting others
to cut off / to sever
to decide alone without consultation / arbitrary / dictatorial
to act on an opportunity (idiom); to take prompt advantage of a situation
to make a decision when it's time to decide
to jump to an unfounded conclusion
wise and resolute
to fall and fracture (a leg, vertebra etc)
lexical decision
lit. to feel as if one's intestines have been cut short / broken-hearted (idiom)
to cross (a road, an ocean etc) / to cut across
waiting anxiously (idiom)
to break by twisting
to cut off / to interrupt / to prevent access
lit. liver and guts cut to pieces (idiom) / fig. grief-stricken
to cut / to snip
not to delay making a decision when a decision is needed

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