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if/when (you’re) in doubt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishif/when (you’re) in doubtif/when (you’re) in doubtADVISEused when advising someone what to do if they are uncertain about something If in doubt, consult your doctor. doubt
Examples from the Corpus
if/when (you’re) in doubtWhen in doubt or when scared or when pressed, count.When in doubt, you take.Always be ready to release during the take-off run and if in doubt, abandon the take-off.But if in doubt, ask!The soldier's motto, Price had told the men: when in doubt go forward.The first is a good motto: when in doubt, take them out.In other words, if in doubt, don't take a chance.
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