Definition of indecisiveness in English:

indecisiveness

Translate indecisiveness into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˌindəˈsīsivnəs/ /ˌɪndəˈsaɪsɪvnəs/

noun

See indecisive

  • ‘It was just a feeling, neither uncertainty nor indecisiveness, but doubts nonetheless.’
  • ‘And with domestic political pressure building, indecisiveness and delay only increase frustration.’
  • ‘I am over his uncertainties, his indecisiveness and the fact that he spent much of our relationship unsure of whether he wanted to be with me anyway.’
  • ‘Being pregnant for the second time round should make me somewhat of a veteran at the highs and lows of pregnancy and yet I wasn't ready for a surge of indecisiveness that swept through my mind for a few heartfelt seconds last weekend.’
  • ‘‘The ongoing indecisiveness on the part of the Government with regard to immigration policy has led to wide-scale confusion for employers,’ she said.’

Pronunciation

indecisiveness

/ˌindəˈsīsivnəs/ /ˌɪndəˈsaɪsɪvnəs/