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beschließen verb Conjugation
beschloß / beschließt / beschloßen
decide [dɪˈsaɪd]
Ich beschloss, Anwalt zu werden.
I decided to be a lawyer.
resolve [rɪ'zɔlv] (Entscheidung)
Sie beschlossen, härter zu arbeiten.
They resolved to work harder.
wind up (abrunden)
make up one's mind (sich entschließen)
end [end] (Business Basic)
close [kləuz] (Business Basic)
settle [ˈsetl] (Business Basic)
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Contexts

Ich beschloss, Anwalt zu werden. I decided to be a lawyer.
Sie beschlossen, härter zu arbeiten. They resolved to work harder.
Peter hat beschlossen, morgen aufzubrechen. Peter has decided to leave tomorrow.
Er beschloss, in Zukunft besser zu arbeiten. He resolved to do better work in the future.
Wir haben beschlossen zu schweigen. We've decided to remain silent.

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