- 1 to feel uncertain about something; to feel that something is not true, will probably not happen, etc. doubt something There seems no reason to doubt her story. “Do you think we will win?”—“I doubt it.” doubt (that)… I never doubted (that) she would come. doubt whether, if, etc… Idoubt whether/if the new one will be any better.
- 2doubt somebody/something to not trust someone or something; to not believe someone I had no reason to doubt him.
NAmE//daʊt//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they doubt
he / she / it doubts
past simple doubted
-ing form doubting
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