doubting

listen to the pronunciation of doubting
Englisch - Türkisch
kuşku duyan
endişe eden
şüphe eden
{f} şüphe et
{i} şüphe etme
şüphe ederek
{s} kuşkulu
{s} endişeli
doubt
kuşku

Tom'un yardımcı olacağından kuşkuluyum, ama yine de ona sormalısınız. - I doubt that Tom would help, but you should still ask him.

Bob'ın benim doğum günü partime gelip gelmeyeceğinden kuşkuluyum. - I doubt if Bob will come to my birthday party.

doubt
{f} kuşkulanmak

Benden kuşkulanmak için sebebin olduğunu biliyorum. - I know you have reason to doubt me.

Keşke benden kuşkulanmaktan vazgeçsen. - I wish you would stop doubting me.

doubt
şüphe

Onun bir avukat olup olmadığından şüpheliyim. - I doubt if he is a lawyer.

Tom'un açık artırmada ortaya çıkacağından hiç şüphem yok. - I have no doubt in my mind that Tom will show up at the auction.

doubt
şüphelenmek

Tom'dan şüphelenmek için hiçbir nedenim yoktu. - I never had any reason to doubt Tom.

Tom'dan şüphelenmek için hiçbir nedenin yok. - You have no reason to doubt Tom.

doubting Thomas
şüpheci kimse
doubting thomas
şüpheci tıp
doubting Thomas
(deyim) kuskucu,supheci kimse
doubting thomas
herşeyden kuşkulanan tip
doubt
{f} 1. kuşkulanmak, kuşku duymak, şüphelenmek, şüphe etmek: I doubt his integrity. Dürüstlüğünden kuşku
doubt
şüphe etmek

Ondan şüphe etmek hiç aklıma gelmedi. - It never occurred to me to doubt him.

doubt
kuruntu
doubt
{i} güvensizlik
doubt
çekinmek
doubt
şek

Tom'un yapmasını önerdiğin şekilde davranacağından şüpheliyim. - I doubt that Tom would behave in the way you suggested he did.

Tom'un işi yapmak için yeterince iyi şekilde Fransızca konuşabilip konuşamadığı şüpheli. - It's doubtful whether Tom can speak French well enough to do the job.

doubt
ikna olmamak
doubt
kuşku duymak
doubt
şüphe duymak
doubt
zannetmemek
doubt
kuşkusu olmak
doubt
-den kuşkulanmak
doubt
güvenmemek
doubt
{f} şüphe et

Avukat onun masumiyetinden şüphe etti. - The lawyer doubted her innocence.

Ondan şüphe etmek hiç aklıma gelmedi. - It never occurred to me to doubt him.

doubt
{f} emin olmamak
doubt
şüphesi olmak
doubt
tereddüd
doubt
(Hukuk) zan
doubt
{f} kararsız olmak
doubt
endişe
doubt
elbette

Elbette o yeterince şüphe uyandırdı. - Sure enough, he entertained doubts.

doubt
{f} kuşkulan

Senden kuşkulandığım için gerçekten üzgünüm. - I'm really sorry I doubted you.

Sözlerinden hiç kuşkulanmadım. - I never doubted your words.

doubt
in doubt şüpheli
doubt
no doubt hiç şüphesiz
doubt
şüpheli husus
doubt
beyond doubt şüphesiz
doubt
give the benefit of the doubt şüphe edildiği halde delil yetersizliğinden suçsuz olduğu
doubt
{i} kararsızlık
doubt
{i} şüpheli durum
doubt
henüz belli olmayan
Englisch - Englisch
{n} doubt, hesitation, suspense
marked by or given to doubt; "a skeptical attitude"; "a skeptical listener
marked by or given to doubt; "a skeptical attitude"; "a skeptical listener"
present participle of doubt
{s} having doubts
That is uncertain; that distrusts or hesitates; having doubts
doubting Thomas
One who requires proof before believing
doubting Thomas
If you describe someone as a doubting Thomas, you mean they refuse to believe something until they see definite proof or evidence of it. someone who does not always believe things until they have seen proof of them (Thomas the follower of Christ who did not believe he had come back to life)
doubting thomas
sceptic; apostle Thomas who doubted the truth of Jesus' resurrection until he had touched his wounds
doubting thomas
someone who demands physical evidence in order to be convinced (especially when this demand is out of place)
doubt
To lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect

He doubted that was really what you meant.

doubt
To fear; to suspect

He fled, like Joseph, leaving it; but there, / I doubt, all likeness ends between the pair.

doubt
unbelief
doubt
{f} be uncertain, have misgivings
doubt
lack confidence in or have doubts about; "I doubt these reports"; "I suspect her true motives"; "she distrusts her stepmother
doubt
{n} suspense, suspicion, scruple, difficulty
doubt
{v} to question, scruple, suspect, distruct
doubt
{i} misgiving, lack of certainty
doubt
the benefit of the doubt: see benefit a shadow of a doubt: see shadow
doubt
If you say that something is in doubt or open to doubt, you consider it to be uncertain or unreliable. The outcome was still in doubt That claim is increasingly open to doubt. = uncertain
doubt
consider unlikely or have doubts about; "I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage"
doubt
A mental factor that wavers with respect to its object See Understanding the Mind
doubt
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"
doubt
To suspect; to fear; to be apprehensive
doubt
To suspect; to fear; to be apprehensive of
doubt
Suspicion; fear; apprehension; dread
doubt
vicikicchâ: doubt, perplexity, uncertainty It is one of the five barriers, perhaps being what keeps the "five-walled cage" erect, sturdy, and for all appearances, indestructible Though it is stated in this translation as "to doubt the truth of this teaching," in practice it may be experienced equally as self-doubt, lack of faith or confidence, bewilderment in the face of the unexplained
doubt
To question or hold questionable; to withhold assent to; to hesitate to believe, or to be inclined not to believe; to withhold confidence from; to distrust; as, I have heard the story, but I doubt the truth of it
doubt
lack confidence in or have doubts about; "I doubt these reports"; "I suspect her true motives"; "she distrusts her stepmother"
doubt
If you have doubt or doubts about something, you feel uncertain about it and do not know whether it is true or possible. If you say you have no doubt about it, you mean that you are certain it is true. This raises doubts about the point of advertising I had my doubts when she started, but she's getting really good There can be little doubt that he will offend again = uncertainty
doubt
hesitation
doubt
To waver in opinion or judgment; to be in uncertainty as to belief respecting anything; to hesitate in belief; to be undecided as to the truth of the negative or the affirmative proposition; to b e undetermined
doubt
If you are in doubt about something, you feel unsure or uncertain about it. He is in no doubt as to what is needed When in doubt, call the doctor
doubt
Uncertainty of condition
doubt
Difficulty expressed or urged for solution; point unsettled; objection
doubt
emphasis If you say that something is true without doubt or without a doubt, you are emphasizing that it is definitely true. Without doubt this was the most important relationship I developed at college = undoubtedly
doubt
If you doubt whether something is true or possible, you believe that it is probably not true or possible. Others doubted whether that would happen He doubted if he would learn anything new from Marie She doubted that the accident could have been avoided
doubt
If you doubt someone or doubt their word, you think that they may not be telling the truth. No one directly involved with the case doubted him trust
doubt
You say I doubt it as a response to a question or statement about something that you think is untrue or unlikely. `Somebody would have seen her.' --- `I doubt it, not on Monday.'
doubt
To fill with fear; to affright
doubt
the state of being unsure of something
doubt
emphasis You use no doubt to emphasize that something seems certain or very likely to you. The contract for this will no doubt be widely advertised = undoubtedly
doubt
If you doubt something, you believe that it might not be true or genuine. No one doubted his ability
doubt
A fluctuation of mind arising from defect of knowledge or evidence; uncertainty of judgment or mind; unsettled state of opinion concerning the reality of an event, or the truth of an assertion, etc
doubt
Joseph
doubt
emphasis You say that something is beyond doubt or beyond reasonable doubt when you are certain that it is true and it cannot be contradicted or disproved. A referendum showed beyond doubt that voters wanted independence
doubt
Uncertainty, disbelief
doubt
You use no doubt to indicate that you accept the truth of a particular point, but that you do not consider it is important or contradicts the rest of what you are saying. No doubt many will regard these as harsh words, but regrettably they are true
doubt
the state of being unsure of something consider unlikely or have doubts about; "I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage"
doubting

    Türkische aussprache

    dautîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈdoutəɴɢ/ /ˈdaʊtɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'daut ] (verb.) 13th century. alteration of Middle English douten, from Old French douter to doubt, from Latin dubitare; akin to Latin dubius dubious.
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