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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundecidedun‧de‧cid‧ed /ˌʌndɪˈsaɪdɪd◂/ adjective  1 [not before noun]DECIDE# not having made a decision about something important syn unsure, uncertainundecided about I’m still undecided about how I’ll vote.undecided what/which/whether etc Nadine was undecided whether or not to go to college.2 DSWIN#a game or competition that is undecided has no definite winnerundecidedly adverb
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undecidedChip frequency and size of secondary cache on the box in between are currently undecided.Kim said that briefing will be held later this month, at a date and place still undecided.For a second Bodie was undecided as to what he could, and should, do now.The man was standing undecided in the middle of the road like a rabbit caught in headlights at night.The large undecided vote is also probably bad news for a well-known party figure like Dole.More than 60 percent of the Dole voters and the undecided voters believed in limiting immigration.He will argue that there are still a lot of undecided voters to make up their minds.undecided votersstill undecidedKim said that briefing will be held later this month, at a date and place still undecided.Alvin found himself drawn back to Melrose Avenue, although he was still undecided about becoming a professional dancer.That leaves about 500 delegates who are still undecided, and whose views have so far been ignored.All eyes are now on Mr Clarke, who is still undecided on whether to join the race.However, the Government is still undecided on whether to proceed with this strategy.Herman said she is still undecided this year.We were still undecided when, unaccountably, I had a strong feeling that our pet wasn't to be found here.