without doubt

without doubt
بِالتّأْكيد \ certainly: without doubt; of course: May he come? Certainly (or certainly not!). decidedly: without doubt: He’s decidedly the best runner. for sure: without doubt. rather: (often as a reply) yes, certainly: Would you like a swim? Rather!. sure: (in special phrases) certainly: They told me he was up a tree, and sure enough there he was. surely: (in questions where one is sure of the answer) certainly: Surely you can pay $2? (I’m sure you can). without doubt: certainly. without fail: letting nothing prevent the action: We shall be there at six o’clock, without fail.

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