Meaning of 斩钉截铁

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zhǎn dīng jié tiě (Trad.: 斬釘截鐵)
lit. to chop the nail and slice the iron (idiom); fig. resolute and decisive; unhesitating; categorical
Example Sentences
"Of course you're going, "declared my husband. "You're just anxious."
Therefore, we can firmly say: I just love the existence and beautiful pleasant for oneself, not to please others.
But even then, when everything was on the table, the South Vietnamese ambasaddor replied to him, nope, leave us alone, we don't want your evil spirit walking on our land.
He expressed certainty that the repairs dealers had begun were the correct solution, and maintained that the computers in the cars were not to blame.
Certainly not!' replied Toad emphatically. 'On the contrary, I faithfully promise that the very first motor-car I see, poop-poop! off I go in it!