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Translation of "doubt" - English-Spanish dictionary

doubt

verb /daut/
to feel uncertain about, but inclined not to believe dudar I doubt if he’ll come now He might have a screwdriver, but I doubt it. not to be sure of the reliability of dudar de Sometimes I doubt your intelligence! doubtful adjective feeling doubt; uncertain what to think, expect etc dudoso He is doubtful about the future of the school. able to be doubted; not clear dudoso, incierto The outcome is doubtful a doubtful result. uncertain but rather unlikely, unhopeful etc dudoso, poco probable It is doubtful whether this will work a doubtful improvement. suspicious dudoso, sospechoso He’s rather a doubtful character. doubtfully adverb dudosamente Shelooked at him doubtfully, unsure whether or not to trust him. doubtfulness noun incertidumbre She slowly overcame her doubtfulness. doubtless adverb probably sin duda, seguramente John has doubtless told you about me. beyond doubt certain(ly) sin duda alguna, fuera de toda duda Beyond doubt, they will arrive tomorrow His honesty is beyond doubt. in doubt uncertain incierto The success of the treatment is still in doubt. no doubt surely; probably sin duda, seguramente No doubt you would like to see your bedroom He will come back again tomorrow, no doubt.
(Definition of doubt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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