English translation of 'dúbio'
dúbiodúbia [ˈdubju, a]
2. (vago) uncertain
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'dúbio' in Other Languages
British English: double-edged ADJECTIVE
If you say that a comment is double-edged, you mean that it has two meanings, so that you are not sure whether the person who said it is being critical or is giving praise.
Even his praise is double-edged.
Translation of dúbio from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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