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  1. certainty

    • IPA[ˈsəːt(ə)nti]

    英式

    • n.
      firm conviction that something is the case;the quality of being reliably true
    • noun: certainty, plural noun: certainties

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    • n.
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    • 1. firm conviction that something is the case:

      she knew with absolute certainty that they were dead

    • 2. the quality of being reliably true:

      there is a bewildering lack of certainty and clarity in the law

    • 3. a general air of confidence:

      a man exuding certainty

    • 4. a fact that is definitely true or an event that is definitely going to take place:

      the passing of the act made a general election a certainty

    • 5. a person that is certain to do or win the specified thing:

      he was expected to be a certainty for a gold medal

    • n. something that is regarded as certain to happen:

    • it seems a racing certainty that the next hearing will attract even greater media interest

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    • n. probability so great as to allow no reasonable doubt:

    • it enjoys moral certainty and consequently has a normative role

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    • n. probability so great as to allow no reasonable doubt:

    • it enjoys moral certainty and consequently has a normative role

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    • beyond the possibility of doubt

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    • beyond the possibility of doubt

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    • IPA[ˈsərtntē]

    美式

    • n.
      firm conviction that something is the case:
    • she knew with absolute certainty that they were dead

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