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(形容词) 
Definition
free from doubt or uncertainty (in regard to a belief)
She was no longer sure what she thought about the situation.
同义词
certain
She's absolutely certain she's going to make it as a singer.
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positive
I'm positive she said she'd be here.
,
clear
It is important to be clear on what the author is saying here.
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decided
We were at a decided disadvantage.
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convinced
,
persuaded
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confident
I am confident that everything will come out right in time.
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satisfied
People must be satisfied that the treatment is safe.
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assured
He was much more assured than in recent appearances.
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definite
She is very definite about her feelings.
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free from doubt
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
bound to be or occur
Another victory is now sure.
同义词
inevitable
The defeat had inevitable consequences for policy.
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guaranteed
Reports of this kind are guaranteed to cause anxiety.
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bound
There are bound to be price increases next year.
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assured
Our victory is assured; nothing can stop us.
,
in the bag (slang)
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inescapable
A sense of imminent doom was inescapable.
, ,
ineluctable
,
nailed-on (slang)
反义词
,
touch-and-go
(形容词) 
Definition
reliable or accurate
a sure sign of rain
同义词
reliable
She was efficient and reliable.
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accurate
The rifle was extremely accurate.
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dependable
He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
, , ,
honest
My dad was the most honest man I have ever met.
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unmistakable
the unmistakable aroma of freshly ground coffee
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undoubted
The event was an undoubted success.
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undeniable
Her charm is undeniable.
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trustworthy
He is a trustworthy, level-headed teacher.
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never-failing
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trusty
a trusty member of the crew
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foolproof
The system is not 100 per cent foolproof.
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infallible
She hit on an infallible solution to all of our problems.
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indisputable
It is indisputable that the animals are harbouring this illness.
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sure-fire (informal)
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unerring
These designs demonstrate her unerring eye for colour and detail.
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well-proven
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unfailing
I would like to thank on Erika for her unfailing care and support.
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tried and true
反义词
, , , , ,
dodgy (British, Australian, New Zealand, informal)
,
iffy (informal)
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(形容词) 
Definition
physically secure
A doctor's sure hands may perform surgery.
同义词
secure
Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
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firm
Use a firm platform or a sturdy ladder.
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steady
Make sure the camera is steady.
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fast
He held the gate fast.
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safe
We are assured by our engineers that the building is safe.
, , ,
stable
a stable marriage
, ,
unfaltering
Thomas Covenant's stride went on, as unfaltering as clockwork.
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staunch
He's a staunch supporter of controls on government spending.
(感叹词) 
Definition
willingly
(informal)  Yeah, sure, you can have the key.
同义词
,
of course
There'll be the usual inquiry, of course.
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OK or okay (informal)
, ,
you bet (informal)
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sure thing (informal)
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yes, all right

习语

See a sure thing

短语

See for sure

其他同义词

in the sense of accurate
The rifle was extremely accurate.
in the sense of assured
Definition
confident or self-assured
He was much more assured than in recent appearances.
in the sense of assured
Definition
certain to happen
Our victory is assured; nothing can stop us.
同义词
ensured,
sealed,
clinched,
made certain,
in the bag (slang),
beyond doubt,
nailed-on (slang)

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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