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Translation of "uncertain" - English-Spanish dictionary

uncertain

adjective   /ʌnˈsɜː·tən/
not sure or not able to decide about something no seguro We’re a bit uncertain about what we’re doing this weekend.
uncertainty noun   /ʌnˈsɜː·tən·ti/ ( plural uncertainties)
incertidumbre, duda
(Definition of uncertain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

uncertain

adjective /anˈsəːtn/
(of a person) not sure; not definitely knowing incierto I’m uncertain of my future plans The government is uncertain what is the best thing to do.
not definitely known or settled incierto My plans are still uncertain The uncertain weather delayed our departure.
uncertainly adverb
inciertamente; indecisamente He walked rather uncertainly over the rickety old wooden bridge.
(Definition of uncertain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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