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English idioms related to Decision & Control - Decisiveness

Master English idioms regarding decisiveness, like "throw away the scabbard" and "cut and dried".

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English idioms related to Decision & Control
to make up one's mind
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to come to a final decision or conclusion after considering different options or possibilities
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to give an inch
[phrase]
(always negative) ‌to refuse to make even a slightest change to one's position, decision, etc.
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to sit tight
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to refuse to change one's opinion or decision regarding something
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to stick to one's guns
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to maintain one's beliefs or perspective regardless of others' disagreement
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the die is cast
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used to say that something is completely decided and cannot be changed
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set in one's ways
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to refuse to change one's opinions, behaviors, habits, etc.
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to take time by the forelock
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to act quickly in order to use an opportunity
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cut and dried
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used to describe a situation that has almost no chance of changing as it is already decided
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not for all the tea in China
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used to express a strong refusal to do something, regardless of the great reward or incentive offered
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to put one's foot down
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to firmly take control and enforce a specific action
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to throw away the scabbard
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to fully commit to a course of action without any intention of retreat or hesitation
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