Definition of 'be sure'
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You can be sure that certain clubs will anxiously be checking their public liability insurance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You both need to be sure you're ready. The Sun (2016)I'm sure she is ready to run a massive race. The Sun (2016)You have to be sure you are ready to rock the boat. The Sun (2014)The reform is intended to deter schools from entering pupils until they are sure they are ready. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Be sure you are ready for love that would also be a challenge before you go out tonight. The Sun (2009)Construction work is going on next door so be sure to specify a quiet courtyard room when you book. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Only go hunting for concrete evidence if you are sure you are ready to junk the relationship if you find it. The Sun (2006)You need to talk it through to be sure you're ready for the challenges. The Sun (2014)To be sure, certain dark dreams resemble scenes from his works. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)I am certain that we are sure to take the day. Man of Honour (2007)Our attempts to access the main control box were foiled, although we are sure a new door will be needed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That way you'll be sure they're ready to talk. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Avoid signing documents until you're sure you're ready to commit. The Sun (2015)There are many speciality Belgian dishes and you're sure to be able to try at least some of these during your stay. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)I'm sure he's ready to come in and do the job for us. The Sun (2008)But we will be ready, I am sure. The Sun (2006)But we keep knocking at the door and I'm sure it will open one day. The Sun (2015)ELIZABETH would have to agree to DNA tests but you must first be sure you are ready for the responsibility. The Sun (2014)
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