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convinced

adjective uk   /kənˈvɪnst/ us  
B2 certain: My boyfriend says I'd enjoy a walking holiday, but I'm not convinced. [+ (that)] I'm convinced (that) she is lying. certain of your beliefs: a convinced Christian/atheist a convinced socialist
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in Chinese (Traditional) 確信的,信服的, (信仰)虔誠的,堅定的…
in Russian убежденный…
in Turkish emin, inanmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 确信的,信服的, (信仰)虔诚的,坚定的…
in Polish przekonany…
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