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danh từ
sự nghi ngờ, sự ngờ vực; sự không chắc, sự hồ nghi
có ý nghi ngờ ai
nghi ngờ, ngờ vực
không còn nghi ngờ gì nữa, chắc chắn
không một chút mảy may nghi ngờ
sự do dự, sự lưỡng lự, sự nghi ngờ
động từ
nghi ngờ, ngờ vực; không tin, hồ nghi
nghi ngờ lời nói của ai, không tin lời nói của ai
nghi ngờ sự thành công của ai
do dự, lưỡng lự, nghi ngại; tự hỏi, không biết
tôi không biết điều đó có thể làm được hay không, tôi tự hỏi không biết điều đó có thể làm được hay không
(từ cổ,nghĩa cổ), (tiếng địa phương) e rằng, sợ rằng, ngại rằng
tôi e rằng chúng ta muộn mất
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doubt (dout) verb

doubted, doubting, doubts


verb, transitive

1. To be undecided or skeptical about: began to doubt some accepted doctrines.

2. To tend to disbelieve; distrust: doubts politicians when they make sweeping statements.

3. To regard as unlikely: I doubt that we'll arrive on time.

4. Archaic. To suspect; fear.

verb, intransitive

To be undecided or skeptical.


1. A lack of certainty that often leads to irresolution. See synonyms at uncertainty.

2. A lack of trust.

3. A point about which one is uncertain or skeptical: reassured me by answering my doubts.

4. The condition of being unsettled or unresolved: an outcome still in doubt.


beyond doubt or without doubt

Without question; certainly; definitely.

no doubt

1. Certainly.

2. Probably.



[Middle English douten, from Old French douter, from Latin dubitāre, to waver.]

doubtʹer noun

Usage Note: Doubt and doubtful may be followed by clauses introduced by that, whether, or if. The choice among these three is partly guided by the intended meaning of the sentence but is not cast in stone. Whether normally introduces an indirect question and is therefore the traditional choice when the subject is in a state of genuine uncertainty about alternative possibilities: Sue has studied so much philosophy this year that she's begun to doubt whether she exists. At one time it was doubtful whether the company could recover from its financial difficulties, but the government loan seems to have helped. On the other hand, that is the choice when doubt is being used as an understated way of expressing disbelief: I doubt that we've seen the last of that problem (with the meaning "I think we haven't seen the last . . . dquo;). That is also the usual choice when the truth of the clause following doubt is assumed, as in negative sentences and questions. Thus I never doubted for a minute that I would be rescued implies "I was certain that I would be rescued." By the same token, Do you doubt that you will be paid? seems to pose a rhetorical question ("Surely you believe that you will be paid"), whereas Do you doubt whether you will be paid? may express a genuine request for information and might be followed by because if you do, you should make the client post a bond. In other cases, however, this distinction between whether and that is not always observed, and that is frequently used as a substitute for whether. If may also be used as a substitute for whether but is more informal in tone. In informal speech the clause following doubt is sometimes introduced with but: I don't doubt but (or but what) he will come. Reputable precedent exists for this construction, as in "I do not doubt but England is at present as polite a Nation as any in the World" (Richard Steele), but modern critics sometimes object to its use in formal writing.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
doubt (n)
hesitation, uncertainty, reservation, misgiving, distrust, disbelief, qualm, suspicion
antonym: certainty
doubt (v)
disbelieve, mistrust, suspect, have reservations, have doubts, distrust, question, query
antonym: believe