Translation for 'to doubt' from English to Serbian
VERB   to doubt | doubted | doubted
doubting | doubts
SYNO doubt | doubtfulness | dubiety | ...
сумњати [несв.]to doubt
посумњати [св.]to doubt
сумња {ж}doubt
unverified двојба {ж}doubt
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Translation for 'to doubt' from English to Serbian

to doubt
сумњати [несв.]

посумњати [св.]

сумња {ж}

unverified двојба {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • By the end of 2008, some sources reported that the Taliban had severed any remaining ties with Al-Qaeda, however, there is reason to doubt this.
  • Sixty-eight percent of the subjects reported symptoms of "jamais vu", with some beginning to doubt that "door" was a real word.
  • There is, however, room to doubt whether Hilbert's own views were simplistically formalist in this sense.
  • Eventually, psychologists and psychiatrists began to doubt the validity of Dianetics, leading Hubbard to the formation of Scientology as spirituality.
  • Atkins's shy personality worked against him, as did the fact that his sophisticated style led many to doubt he was truly "country".

  • In his belief in his own existence, he finds that it is impossible to doubt that he exists.
  • Banks ensures that the Luskentyrian theology (in which Isis fervently believes at the start of the book) has coherence and consistency, even as events cause her to start to doubt.
  • As Jeff spends more time with Ariel, Holly becomes jealous and begins to doubt his friendship.
  • Danish and Nordic legendary stories, chronicles and sagas often have accounts of Danish kings and dynasties stretching further back in time than the 7th century, but the historicity of the content and interpretations of these stories are often put to doubt.
  • But some recent scholars have come to doubt this view.

  • Incidentally, this rejection of the hypothesis of a massless photon enabled him to doubt the hypothesis of the expansion of the universe.
  • Any grounds of knowledge outside that understanding was, therefore, subject to doubt.
  • Some of Garrison's staff begin to doubt his motives and disagree with his methods, and leave the investigation.
  • According to F. J. E. Raby, "There is little reason to doubt that Stephen Langton ... was the author" of the famous sequence "Veni Sancte Spiritus".
  • The enormous scale of these plans has led many scholars to doubt their historicity.

  • But the difficulties in reaching expert consensus in value-related fields like ethics, aesthetics or politics and considerations from naturalism have led various philosophers to doubt this assumption.
  • The ratio between CO luminosity and H2 mass is thought to be constant, although there are reasons to doubt this assumption in observations of some other galaxies.
  • This has led some theorists to doubt that there is a "mark of the mental".
  • In 1878 the urbane, successful writer had set up a luxurious summer house in Médan near Auvers, where Cézanne had visited him repeatedly in the years 1879 to 1882 and in 1885; but his friend's lavish lifestyle made Cézanne, who lived an unassuming life, aware of his own inadequacy and caused him to doubt himself.
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