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Definition of 'unsure'

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If you feel unsure it is best to contact the company they claim to be from. The Sun (2017)Your lover says he will stand by you but you still feel unsure of his commitment to you. The Sun (2016) Still unsure of a regular place. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We were still just as unsure what to do when the 2005 election had come and gone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I feel awful and unsure about what to do. The Sun (2017)As with England now, these sides seemed unsure whether attack or defence was the best policy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And men are increasingly being left unsure of how they are expected to behave. Mansfield, Patricia Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)She encouraged us when we were nervous or unsure. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just tell him you feel unsure and he should understand. The Sun (2008)There were clues last month but boffins are still unsure. The Sun (2011)He is unsure how he feels about leaving it all behind. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The defence also seem unsure about what he is going to do. The Sun (2011)The restaurant owner admitted that he is still unsure when he would resume buying seafood caught locally. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now he seemed unsure and asked both of us whether he should go ahead with the gift. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was still unsure whether to stay or leave the church. Christianity Today (2000)Everyone seemed a bit unsure how to deal with the situation. Oliver Poole BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)He is still unsure what was different this time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When you feel unsure, take three deep breaths and think the problem through calmly. The Sun (2008)We raise our eyebrows, shake our heads but are unsure how to feel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)People usually criticise things that interest them personally, or about which they feel unsure within themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In a film served with such a poignant chaser of irony, one is unsure whether to weep or sing along. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ten per cent were unsure. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You're exactly halfway between home and the airport, and increasingly unsure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just slightly not of the situation, lacking in confidence, nervous and unsure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He looks young, nervous, unsure. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Though your life is the richer for doing so, it is different now from your other friends and they may be very unsure around little ones. The Sun (2014)One in three small firms finds the service ineffective and another 49 per cent are unsure if it works or not, a survey found. The Sun (2009)A survey of 2,000 adults found that fear of low pay left 22 per cent unsure whether an apprenticeship would be better than a degree. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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Translations for 'unsure'

British English: unsure /ʌnˈʃʊə/ ADJECTIVE
If you are unsure of yourself , you don't have much confidence.
He made her feel awkward and unsure of herself.
  • American English: unsure
  • Arabic: غَيْرُ مُتَأَكِّد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: incerto
  • Chinese: 不确定的
  • Croatian: nesiguran
  • Czech: nejistý sám sebou
  • Danish: usikker
  • Dutch: onzeker
  • European Spanish: inseguro estar
  • Finnish: epävarma
  • French: incertain
  • German: unsicher
  • Greek: αβέβαιος
  • Italian: insicuro
  • Japanese: 確信のない
  • Korean: 불확실한
  • Norwegian: usikker
  • Polish: niepewny
  • European Portuguese: incerto
  • Romanian: nesigur
  • Russian: неуверенный
  • Spanish: inseguro
  • Swedish: osäker
  • Thai: ไม่แน่ใจ
  • Turkish: emin olmayan
  • Ukrainian: невпевнений
  • Vietnamese: thiếu tự tin

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