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doubt

noun     /daʊt/
B1 [C, U] when you are not certain about something, or do not trust someone or something сомнение I have some doubts about his ability to do the job.Suspecting and questioningQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriosity
have no doubt
B1 to be certain не сомневаться [+ (that)] I have no doubt that I made the right decision.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
there's no doubt
B1 it is certain несомненно [+ (that)] There is no doubt that he's a good player.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
be in doubt
B2 to not be certain быть неясным The future of the project is in doubt.Suspecting and questioningQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriosity
cast doubt on sth
to make something seem uncertain подвергать что-либо сомнению Witnesses have cast doubt on the suspect's innocence.Suspecting and questioningQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriosity
without (a) doubt
B2 certainly вне сомнения She is without doubt a great musician.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
no doubt
used to say that something is very likely наверняка No doubt she'll spend the money on new clothes. →  See also give sb the benefit of the doubt , beyond/without a shadow of a doubt CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
Translations of “doubt”
in Korean 의심, 의혹…
in Arabic شَكّ…
in Portuguese dúvida…
in Catalan dubte…
in Japanese 疑い…
in Italian dubbio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指對好壞、真實性的)懷疑,疑慮,疑問…
in Turkish şüphe, kuşku…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指对好坏、真实性的)怀疑,疑虑,疑问…
in Polish wątpliwość…
(Definition of doubt noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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