shaka-wa na shaka
Noun(1) the state of being unsure of something(2) uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something
Verb(1) consider unlikely or have doubts about(2) lack confidence in or have doubts about
(1) He said he would question the validity of parts of that opinion and would bring fresh evidence which cast doubt on the conviction.(2) I have no reason to doubt him in the general sense.(3) I was beginning to doubt(4) he tried to cast doubt on her loyalty(5) We will even defend those who may not be innocent, but who have raised reasonable prospects of doubt about their conviction.(6) It was hoped that the weight of celestial opinion would undermine his authority and cause him to doubt his own decision-making ability.(7) I doubt that many will turn up(8) The approach appears to be one of instilling fear, uncertainty and doubt in those who apply for rebates to which they are entitled.(9) I fell victim to a sudden flash of doubt at my conviction that the Force didn't really exist.(10) Coupling feelings of doubt with low self-esteem leads to very dire consequences.(11) there's no doubt about it(12) I doubt my ability to do the job(13) You are better informed than me on this case and I have no reason to doubt you.(14) He is aware that many people doubt him, and he wants to know what his critics are saying in the UK.(15) Not there is any reason to doubt her; she takes care of the place with an impressive thoroughness.(16) When he looked up at her, his eyes seemed filled with doubt and uncertainty.
(1) no doubt :: hakuna shaka
1. uncertainty ::
kutokuwa na uhakika
2. indecision ::
3. skepticism ::
5. disbelieve ::
7. be undecided ::
1. trust ::
Different Formsdoubt, doubted, doubter, doubters, doubting, doubts
Word Example from TV Shows
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- No DOUBT Lady Catelyn has mentioned me.
- She has, Lord Baelish.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
I DOUBT you’ll win
the people’s opinion over
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8
I do not DOUBT your honesty
or your intentions.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
l seriously DOUBT it. No.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6
Never DOUBT your power.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 3
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