|Origin:||definitus, past participle of definire; DEFINE|
clearly known, seen, or stated [= clear]:
It's impossible for me to give you a definite answer.
We need to record sufficient data to enable definite conclusions to be reached.
He'd shown definite signs of resigning himself to the situation.
a definite arrangement, promise etc will happen in the way that someone has said [↪ indefinite]:
Fix a definite date for the delivery of your computer.
3 [not before noun]
saying something very firmly so that people understand exactly what you mean
She's not definite about retiring from the game.