English version

doubtless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoubtlessdoubt‧less /ˈdaʊtləs/ ●○○ adverb  TRUEused when saying that something is almost certain to happen or be true Doubtless there would be lots of rumours.
Examples from the Corpus
doubtlessMrs Taxos was doubtless back in her flat-roofed cottage cooking up moussaka.Higher value-added products will doubtless become more important but the business will also move closer to the consumer.As a Stalinist, Nizan was doubtless reassured that prompt action to deal with the anti-Soviet activities had been taken.Your payments will doubtless rise in the second year.Their punkish stance is probably a put-on: doubtless their dads are commodities brokers.On 23 June 1613 Isaac Jaggard was admitted freeman of the company by patrimony, doubtless to help his father.
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