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    #1

    "make a decision" or "take a decision"?

    Is the usage of take a decision correct? If so, is it less common or less formal than make a decision because I keep hearing/reading this one all the time.

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    Re: "make a decision" or "take a decision"?

    To me, they're not different.

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    Re: "make a decision" or "take a decision"?

    Both are correct and widely used.

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