Translation for 'no doubt' from English to Portuguese
SYNO no doubt | to be sure | without doubt
sem dúvida {adj} {adv}no doubt
Partial Matches
pôr em dúvidato doubt
duvidar deto doubt
dúvida {f}doubt
questionamento {m}doubt
duvidarto doubt
sem dúvida {adv}without (a / any) doubt
nenhum {adj}no
não {adv}no
nobélio {m} <No>nobelium <No>
de jeito nenhum {adv}no way
de forma alguma {adv}no way
por nada {adv}to no purpose
para nada {adv}to no purpose
Não faço ideia!No idea!
em vão {adv}to no purpose
não fazer ideiato have no clue
de jeito nenhum {adv}in no case
de modo algum {adv}by no means
não ter noçãoto have no clue
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Usage Examples English
  • According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), involving family with the treatment of an aphasic loved one is ideal for all involved, because while it will no doubt assist in their recovery, it will also make it easier for members of the family to learn how best to communicate with them.
  • Olga Ilyin's description of Rasputin and his behavior in "Visits to the Imperial Court" is a small but no doubt valuable contribution to history.
  • Although tailors and dressmakers were no doubt responsible for many innovations, and the textile industry indeed led many trends, the history of fashion design is generally understood to date from 1858 when the English-born Charles Frederick Worth opened the first authentic "haute couture" house in Paris.
  • He believes that there is no doubt the story would have been admitted to the canon of world literature even if we had known nothing about its author.
  • He lamented the fact that in Great Britain mathematics was cultivated with less interest than on the continent, and clearly desired to be considered as highly as the great names in continental mathematics—there is no doubt that he was reading their work at a level never reached by any other eighteenth-century British mathematician.

  • Galo Plaza differed from previous Ecuadorian presidents by bringing a developmentalist and technocratic emphasis to Ecuadorian government. No doubt Galo Plaza's most important contribution to Ecuadorian political culture was his commitment to the principles and practices of democracy.
  • Early Greeks were no doubt aware of the use of stone columns with bases and capitals in ancient Egyptian architecture, and that of other Near Eastern cultures, although there they were mostly used in interiors, rather than as a dominant feature of all or part of exteriors, in the Greek style.
  • The tomb lies on the line of several cairns that marked the east-west route of the ancient Monks' Path between Buckfast Abbey and Tavistock Abbey and it was no doubt erected here as part of that route: it would have been particularly useful in this part of the moor with few landmarks where a traveller straying from the path could easily end up in Foxtor Mires.
  • In one important department, the public works, the censors were entrusted with the expenditure of the public money (though the actual payments were no doubt made by the quaestors).
  • Articles were published in the newspapers "Esquella de La Torratxa" and "El Noticiero Universal" Art historian Jaime Brihuega writes of the Dalmau show: "No doubt that the exhibition produced a strong commotion in the public, who welcomed it with a lot of suspicion.

  • Löwith also recalled that Heidegger "left no doubt about his faith in Hitler", and stated that his support for Nazism was in agreement with the essence of his philosophy.
  • Deficiency in rainfall is no doubt reflected in an absence of permanent rivers or streams in the city as is indeed true throughout the entire country.
  • Sakkas said after the experiment there was no doubt in his mind the great inventor could have used bronze mirrors to scuttle the Romans.
  • Clark (1980) "Freud surmised, no doubt correctly, that the existence of any link between the founding fathers of psychoanalysis and investigation of the paranormal would hamper acceptance of psychoanalysis" as would any perceived involvement with the occult.
  • These would once have been visible from many miles over the surrounding countryside, and no doubt once acted as a sea mark for ships.

  • As no doubt Le Corbusier expected, no one hurried to implement the Plan Voisin, but he continued working on variations of the idea and recruiting followers.
  • here can be no doubt that the poet is referring to something real that he expects his friends to know about; in fact, he makes clear that a wide public knows about it ...
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