certainty / ˈsɜr tn ti /


certainty 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural cer·tain·ties.

  1. the state of being certain.
  2. something certain; an assured fact.

certainty 近义词

n. 名词 noun

positive assurance

n. 名词 noun

fact, resulting truth


  1. It’s time to establish the regulatory certainty to extract and trade space resources.
  2. “It’s time for regulatory certainty to extract and trade space resources,” Bridenstine said in a tweet.
  3. There are simply too many factors for anyone to offer certainty.
  4. Although we noted that a 60-game season wouldn’t offer much less certainty than a 162-game campaign usually does, it’s also true that a sample of 60 games can be unrepresentative of how good a team actually is.
  5. When your opponent played rock or paper with equal probability, you knew with certainty they wouldn’t play scissors, and that meant if you played paper you couldn’t lose.
  6. Absent a body, no one can say with absolute certainty whether Castro is dead, even if all signs point in that direction.
  7. It is a near certainty that jailed gays and lesbians face horrifying violence in prison.
  8. And he says that with something he does share with Christopher—a tone of absolute, self-assured certainty.
  9. He criticized rather than praised the merits of powerful government, but he did so with unequivocal certainty.
  10. Kundera sees fiction as a realm of many partial truths, its only certainty “the wisdom of uncertainty.”
  11. It's a certainty that they will be captured if they spend that money at any trading-post within our jurisdiction.
  12. I wouldn't part for a second with the certainty that I am the biggest figure in young England to-day.
  13. When an article is written, the financial reward (and we may as well live as not) is a matter of certainty.
  14. The length of the fibre, moreover, cannot be determined with any absolute certainty from the thickness of the vein.
  15. It was not my good fortune to be allowed to follow up my plans, which almost warranted a certainty of success.