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sceptic

noun [C] uk UK ( US skeptic)   /ˈskep.tɪk/ us  
a person who doubts the truth or value of an idea or belief: People say it can cure colds, but I'm a bit of a sceptic. to convince the sceptics
Translations of “sceptic”
in Korean 회의론자…
in Arabic مَتشَكِّك…
in French sceptique…
in Turkish kuşkucu/şüpheci kimse…
in Italian scettico, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 持懷疑態度的人…
in Russian скептик…
in Polish scepty-k/czka…
in Spanish escéptico…
in Portuguese cético, -a…
in German der/die Skeptiker(in)…
in Catalan escèptic, -a…
in Japanese (英)懐疑論者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 持怀疑态度的人…
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