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Translation of "dubious" - English-Spanish dictionary

dubious

adjective   /ˈdjuː·bi·əs/
thought not to be completely true, honest, or legal dudoso dubious evidence a man with a dubious reputation
not certain that something is good or true dudoso He’s dubious about the benefits of acupuncture.
(Definition of dubious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dubious

adjective /ˈdjuːbiəs/
doubtful dudoso I am dubious about our chances of success.
probably not honest sospechoso dubious behaviour/behavior.
dubiety /djuˈbaiəti/ noun
(formal) doubt; dubiousness. duda, incertidumbre
dubiousness noun
doubtfulness duda, incertitud, incertidumbre the dubiousness of his claim to the throne.
(Definition of dubious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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