English - Turkish

  1. kendinden emin
  2. kendine güvenen sıfat
  3. emin sıfat
  4. inançlı
  5. güvenli sıfat
  6. cüretli sıfat
  7. confidently güvenle
  8. atak
  9. kuşkusuz
  10. inanan
  11. tereddüt etmeden
  12. kani
  13. emin olarak (confidently)
  14. -den emin (confident of)
  15. -ye güvenir Politika, Siyaset (confident of)
  16. inancı olmak (be confident)
  17. den emin (confident of)
  18. -ya güvenir (confident of)
  19. güvenle (confidently)
  20. kendine güvenerek (confidently)
  21. güvenli olarak (confidently)
  22. ataklıkla (confidently)
  23. kendinden emin şekilde (confidently)
  24. z. güvenle (confidently)

English - English

  1. being very sure of or positive about something
  2. self-confident
  3. If you are confident about something, you are certain that it will happen in the way you want it to. I am confident that everything will come out right in time Mr Ryan is confident of success Management is confident about the way business is progressing. sceptical + confidently con·fi·dent·ly I can confidently promise that this year is going to be very different
  4. certain; sure of oneself sıfat
  5. See Confidant
  6. not liable to error in judgment or action; "most surefooted of the statesmen who dealt with the depression"- Walter Lippman; "demonstrates a surefooted storytelling talent"- Michiko Kakutani
  7. If you are confident that something is true, you are sure that it is true. A confident statement is one that the speaker is sure is true. She is confident that everybody is on her side `Bet you I can', comes the confident reply. + confidently con·fi·dent·ly I can confidently say that none of them were or are racist
  8. If a person or their manner is confident, they feel sure about their own abilities, qualities, or ideas. In time he became more confident and relaxed = self-assured + confidently con·fi·dent·ly She walked confidently across the hall
  9. having or marked by confidence or assurance; "a confident speaker"; "a confident reply"; "his manner is more confident these days"; "confident of fulfillment"
  10. persuaded of; very sure; "were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"; "I am positive he is lying"; "was confident he would win"
  11. assured (Confident.)
  12. In a confident manner; with confidence; with strong assurance; positively (confidently)
  13. in a confident manner; "we have to do what is right confidently" (confidently)
  14. in a confident manner, with certainty (confidently)
  15. With confidence; with strong assurance; positively (confidently)
  16. in a confident manner; "we have to do what is right confidently (confidently)


About This Word

    Etymology: [ kän-f&-d&nt, -"de ] (adjective.) 1576. Latin confidens (“confident, i.e. self-confident, in good or bad sense, bold, daring, audacious, impudent”), present participle of confidere (“to trust fully, confide”); see confide.
    Synonyms: bet on, bold, brave, cocksure, convinced, counting on, courageous, dauntless, depending on, expectant, expecting, fearless, having faith in, high, hopeful, intrepid, positive, presuming, presumptuous, puffed up
    Antonyms: insecure, uncertain, unsure
    Common Collocations: confident of
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