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  • EN [ daʊt]
  • US [ daʊt]

English definition


  • 1. the state of being unsure of something

  • 2. uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of something;

    • "the dubiousness of his claim"
    • "there is no question about the validity of the enterprise"


  • 1. consider unlikely or have doubts about;

    • "I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage"
  • 2. lack confidence in or have doubts about;

    • "I doubt these reports"
    • "I suspect her true motives"
    • "she distrusts her stepmother"

Example sentences

  • The words hardly permit doubt.

  • There is no doubt whatever about it.

  • I doubt whether [ if ] he is at home.

  • No doubt it is very absurd.

  • No doubt he'd been looking forward to the wedding ever since it was announced, as an invaluable chance to cut a figure and do some good public relations work.

  • I had no doubt that the craven fellow would be only too pleased to back out.

  • There is not a shadow of doubt.

  • No doubt it would be safer to do it that way, but it would be slower.

  • The vacancy of her expression made me doubt if she was listening.

  • I doubt the sanity of such a plan.

  • The guilt of the accused man was in doubt.

  • I doubt that he will come.

  • I doubt whether your procedure would be considered regular by authorities.

  • I doubt it to be truth.

  • Judging from his tone, there's no doubt he is against it.

  • There is not much doubt about his guilt.

  • Five minutes from the end , the outcome of the match was still in doubt.

  • a feeling of doubt and uncertainty

  • His inclusion in the team is in doubt.

  • a niggle of doubt

  • His behaviour was so strange that I began to doubt his sanity.

  • "No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again," he jibed, tongue in cheek.

  • No doubt his old mother would now swallow her pride and go and live with Gladys.

  • It is a terrible thing to doubt someone you have trusted all your life.

  • That claim is increasingly open to doubt.

  • A referendum showed beyond doubt that voters wanted independence.

  • It can no doubt be fairly argued that Sir John, whose pay is linked to performance, is entitled to every penny.

  • I have no doubt that the man is guilty and that he deserves punishment.

  • Their approach is to whittle away at the evidence to show reasonable doubt.

  • Shalford is entitled to the benefit of the doubt.

Phrase collocation

  • beyond doubt

    allowing no uncertainty

    • you've proved it beyond doubt.

  • in doubt

    open to question

    • the outcome is no longer in doubt.

  • without (a) doubt


    • he was without doubt the very worst kind of reporter.

  • beyond doubt 或 without doubt

    Without question; certainly; definitely.

  • no doubt



Synonym discrimination

  • doubt, supicion, distrust, uncertainty

  • doubt, suspect, distrust


Meaning of doubt

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