Doubt

you bet

Meaning: for sure

Example: The manager will pull this deal off. You bet on something else about him because this is definitely happening. Read on

doubting Thomas

doubting Thomas Meaning: – habitually doubtful person – a person who refuses to believe anything until they are given proof Examples: 1. He’s such a doubting Thomas that … Read on

beyond a shadow of doubt

Meaning: to be certain about something's validity

Example: The government has clarified beyond a shadow of doubt that the people who have been evading taxes so far will be caught very soon. Read on

get to the bottom

Meaning: to find out the truth relating to a situation

Example: The murderer will not get away with it, the news anchor said. She assured the audiences that the police will get to the bottom of it all. Read on

the benefit of the doubt

Meaning: regards a person as innocent unless confirmed otherwise

Example: Let's give her the benefit of the doubt and assume that she is right. Read on

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pass on the baton

pass on the baton Meaning: give responsibility for something important to another person. Example: The governor of the State Bank of India resigns this month, passing on the … Read on

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