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certain
'sɜrtən
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Exercising or taking care great enough to bring assurance.
  2. Established beyond doubt or question; definitely known.
  3. Having or feeling no doubt or uncertainty; confident and assured.
  4. Certain to occur; destined or inevitable.
  5. Definite but not specified or identified.
  6. Reliable in operation or effect.
  7. Established irrevocably.
Hyphenationcer•tain
Part of Speech(副) adverb, (定冠词) definite article
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肯定kěndìngto be certain; to be positive; assuredly; definitely; to give recognition; to affirm; affirmative (answer)
确信quèxìnto be convinced; to be sure; to firmly believe; to be positive that; definite news
有把握yǒu bǎwòcertain
一定yīdìngsurely; certainly; necessarily; fixed; a certain (extent etc); given; particular; must
必然bìráninevitable; certain; necessity
料定liàodìngcertain; to know for sure
笃定dǔdìngcertain; confident (of some outcome); calm and unhurried
某一些mǒu yīxiēcertain
某些mǒuxiēsome; certain (things)
确定quèdìngdefinite; certain; fixed; to fix (on something); to determine; to be sure; to ensure; to make certain; to ascertain; to clinch; to recognize; to confirm; OK (on computer dialog box)
què(same as ) high; lofty; noble, sure; certain; firm; real; true
záochisel; to bore a hole; to chisel or dig; certain; authentic; irrefutable
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