The idea of indeterminacy refers to the absence of determination : boldness, courage. The term may also refer to the lack of resolution (decision, disposition).
For example: "The indetermination of our goalkeeper was the key to the two goals of the rival team", “The situation of indeterminacy in the stock markets generates a lot of concern in investors”, “When the State does not act in these types of cases, there is an indeterminacy that always affects the most vulnerable”.
Take the case of a government in which three ministers are accused of having committed acts of corruption . The suspicions that weigh on these officials are great and even in the media they begin to show evidence that would demonstrate the existence of corruption. Faced with this situation, a social claim begins to grow so that the president ask them to resign To these ministers. However, the president not only does not do it, but does not even pronounce himself in public on the facts. Political analysts criticize the indeterminacy of the highest authority of the country, since with its attitude it seems to guarantee that they are perpetuated illegally in the State. Experts say that, as the judicial process against the ministers progresses, the president should remove them from their posts at least preventively.
A soccer player, meanwhile, can show indeterminacy in certain moves that does not solve in weather And form . If a forward doubts against the rival goal and ends up losing the ball for not defining how to complete the play, it can be said that he suffered the consequences of his indeterminacy.