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v. to conclude, make a judgement
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What is the difference between 断定 and 确定 (duàndìng and quèdìng)?
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断定 (duàndìng) and 确定 (quèdìng) both mean "to conclude, make a judgement". However, 断定 (duàndìng) implies a more definite conclusion, while 确定 (quèdìng) implies a more certain conclusion. 断定 (duàndìng) is used to express a judgement that is based on evidence or facts, while 确定 (quèdìng) is used to express a judgement that is based on certainty or certainty of knowledge. For example, one might say 我断定他是犯罪者 (wǒ duàndìng tā shì fànzuìzhě) to express a judgement that is based on evidence, while one might say 我确定他是犯罪者 (wǒ quèdìng tā shì fànzuìzhě) to express a judgement that is based on certainty.
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