简明英汉词典

make sure
v.

(1)

确定

(2)

确信,证实

美国传统词典[双解]

sure
sure
AHD:[sh?r]
D.J.[.u*r]
K.K.[.&r]
adj.(形容词)
sur.ersur.est

(1)

Impossible to doubt or dispute; certain.
确信的,有把握的;确定的

(2)

Not hesitating or wavering; firm:
坚定的:不犹豫的或不动摇的;坚定的:
sure convictions.
坚定信念

(3)

Confident, as of something awaited or expected:
确信的:有信心的,如对等待的或期待的某事:
sure of ultimate victory.
相信最终会胜利

(4)

Bound to come about or happen; inevitable:
必然发生的;不可避免的:
sure defeat.
不可避免的失败

(5)

Having one's course directed; destined or bound:
一定的;注定,必定的:
sure to succeed.
一定会成功

(6)

Certain not to miss or err; steady:
稳当的:不会出错的;可靠的:
a sure hand on the throttle.
做事稳当,不会失手

(7)

Worthy of being trusted or depended on; reliable.
值得信赖的或依靠的;可信赖的

(8)

Free from or marked by freedom from doubt:
无可置疑的:无可置疑的或有其特点的:
sure of her friends.
相信她的朋友

(9)

Careful to do something:
小心做某事:
asked me to be sure to turn off the stove.
叫我一定关好炉子

(10)

Obsolete Free from harm or danger; safe.
【废语】 无危险的;安全的
adv.Informal (副词)【非正式用语】
Surely; certainly.
无疑;确实

习惯用语

for sure【非正式用语】
Certainly; unquestionably:
确切地;毫无疑问地:
We'll win for sure.
我们肯定会获胜

make sure
To establish something without doubt; make certain:
弄清楚;确保:
Make sure he writes it down.
让他一定记下来

to be sure
Indeed; certainly.
确实;当然

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French [safe]
源自 古法语 [安全的]

(3)

from Latin s??rus} * see secure
源自 拉丁语 s??rus} *参见 secure

继承用法

sureness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

surecertainconfidentpositive

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean feeling or showing no doubt.
这些形容词的意思为确信的、没有疑问的时,可进行比较。

(3)

Sure and certain are frequently used interchangeably; sure, however, is the more subjective term, whereas certain may imply belief based on experience or evidence:
Sure 和certain 经常可互换; 然而sure 是个更为主观的用词, 而certain 则可以表示建立在经验或证据基础上的信念:
“Never teach a child anything of which you are not yourself sure” (John Ruskin).
“不要将你自己都没有把握的东西教给孩子” (约翰·鲁斯金)。
“In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes” (Benjamin Franklin).
“在这个世界上,除了死亡和税收没有什么事是确定的” (本杰明·富兰克林)。

(4)

Confident suggests assurance founded on faith or reliance in oneself or in others:
Confident 表示建立在对自己或别人的信念或依赖基础上的信心:
The senator is confident of reelection.
参议员确信能重新获选。

(5)

Positive suggests full, emphatic certainty:
Positive 表示完全的、明显的确信:
The prosecutor had positive proof of the defendant's guilt. See also Synonyms at certain
起诉人掌握有证明被告有罪的确凿证据 参见同义词 certain

现代英汉综合大辞典

sure
[FuE]
adj.
无疑问的, 真实的, 必然发生的, 可靠的, 坚定的

(1)

确实的, 深信的, (对...)有信心的, 有把握的, 肯定(要)的, 一定(会)的
然! 真的!
slow and sure
稳步地
a sure shot
[美]神枪手 S-thing! [美俚]

(2)

一定实现或成功的事物, 确实的事
Are you sure (of it)?
你能肯定吗?
Do you feel sure about it?
你能对这有把握吗?
I am sure (that) he is right.
我肯定他是对的。
Be sure not to forget it.
千万不要忘记呀。
Fight no battle you are not sure of winning.
不打无把握之仗。
I'm not sure whether I've met him before.
我不能确定是否以前见过他。

词性变化

sure
[FuE]
adv.
[美口]的确, 一定, 当然
He will come sure enough.
他必来无疑。
It sure was a cold night.
的确是个寒冷的夜晚。

继承用法

sure-enough
adj.
[美口]真正的, 确实的

sure-fire
adj.
[美口]不错的, 确实的, 可靠的, 必成的

sure-footed
adj.
脚步稳的, 踏实的, 稳当的, 可靠的

sureness
n.

习惯用语

as sure as

(1)

和...一样肯定无疑, 千真万确地

(2)

[口]每次; 每当, 无例外

be sure and (=be sure to)
[口]务必, 一定要

be sure of
注意, 一定要做到, 使有把握

be sure that
注意, 一定要做到, 使有把握

be sure of
确信, 深信

be sure of oneself
自信; 满怀信心

feel sure of oneself
自信; 满怀信心

for sure
一定要, 必须, 必然, 毫无疑问, 肯定地, 有把握地

I am sure
[口]的确, 真的; 一定

make sure

(1)

务必要做到; 一定要做到

(2)

弄明白

not so sure
[口]不一定, 没把握

That's for sure.
那是肯定的。

to be sure

(1)

自然, 固然

(2)

当然, 的确, 一定

(3)

哎呀, 真的! 一点不假!

Well, I am sure!(=to be sure !)
[口]哎呀! 真的! 好家伙! 真想不到!

sure enough
果真, 的的确确; 一定, 毫无疑问

参考词汇
sure     certain     confident    
意思都含"确信的"。

(1)

sure强调"主观上确信无疑的", 如:
I'm sure you don't mean it.
我相信你是无意的。

(2)

certain指"有充分根据或理由而相信的", 如:
This letter made me certain of his innocence.
这封信使我相信他是无罪的。

(3)

confident 强调"对某人[物]坚信的或满怀信心的", 如:
He's confident he will win.
他深信他会赢。
doubtful    

美国传统词典

sure
sure
AHD:[sh?r]
D.J.[.u*r]
K.K.[.&r]
adj.
sur.er, sur.est

(1)

Impossible to doubt or dispute; certain.

(2)

Not hesitating or wavering; firm:
sure convictions.

(3)

Confident, as of something awaited or expected:
sure of ultimate victory.

(4)

Bound to come about or happen; inevitable:
sure defeat.

(5)

Having one's course directed; destined or bound:
sure to succeed.

(6)

Certain not to miss or err; steady:
a sure hand on the throttle.

(7)

Worthy of being trusted or depended on; reliable.

(8)

Free from or marked by freedom from doubt:
sure of her friends.

(9)

Careful to do something:
asked me to be sure to turn off the stove.

(10)

Obsolete Free from harm or danger; safe.
adv.Informal
Surely; certainly.

习惯用语

for sureInformal
Certainly; unquestionably:
We'll win for sure.

make sure
To establish something without doubt; make certain:
Make sure he writes it down.

to be sure
Indeed; certainly.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French [safe]

(3)

from Latin s??rus} * see secure

继承用法

sureness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

sure, certain, confident, positive

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean feeling or showing no doubt.

(3)

Sure and certain are frequently used interchangeably; sure, however, is the more subjective term, whereas certain may imply belief based on experience or evidence:
“Never teach a child anything of which you are not yourself sure” (John Ruskin).
“In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes” (Benjamin Franklin).

(4)

Confident suggests assurance founded on faith or reliance in oneself or in others:
The senator is confident of reelection.

(5)

Positive suggests full, emphatic certainty:
The prosecutor had positive proof of the defendant's guilt. See also Synonyms at certain

英汉航海大词典

make sure
vt.弄清楚,确信

英汉化学大词典

make sure
vi.弄明白,查明白

英汉经贸大词典

make sure
n.尽力做到

英汉计算机大词典

make sure
vi.弄明白(查明白)

英汉机械大词典

make sure
vt.弄明白,查明白

英汉冶金大词典

make sure
vt.弄明白,查明白

英汉中医大词典

make sure
n.保证

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