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decision-making

or de路ci路sion mak路ing or de路ci路sion路mak路ing

[ dih-sizh-uhn-mey-king ]
/ d瑟藞s瑟蕭 蓹n藢me瑟 k瑟艐 /
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noun
the act or process of making choices or decisions with a group of people, especially in business or politics (often used attributively): decision-making skills.
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Origin of decision-making

First recorded in 1915鈥20

OTHER WORDS FROM decision-making

de路ci路sion-mak路er, noun
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