- adj.不确定的; 缺乏信心的，无把握的; 不稳定的; 不可靠的
If you are unsure what to wear, you can always ask the host.
Whatever else is unsure in this stinking dunghill of a world a mother's love is not.
I am unsure of what others expect for the price and the star rating.
Some corporate culture experts are unsure.
A Loan Officer can provide invaluable assistance, and clarify issues which you are unsure.
Ask questions when you are unsure about what another person is saying.
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Harry's affection for Ginny continues to grow but he continues to be unsure of his feelings.
She was at a loss. She began to unsure of everything.
Everybody helped him to come up with ideas but he was unsure what to do.
Nim had learned of the arrangement accidentally and was unsure whether be grateful, irritated or amused.
尼姆偶然之中知道了这种安排,他简直不知道是应该感激 、 气恼还是觉得有趣才好.
Matthew is unsure but he is again haunted by nightmarish visions of Tom.
I arrived in China a little unsure, but full of hope and passion.
But for a person unsure of English the help which COBUILD provides with usage is invaluable.
They looked unsure and shifted uneasily from foot to foot.
I'm unsure of the facts.
However, some pork producers are unsure how the virus could affect their animals.
Besides, unsure result in science, disobedience to our nature, and abuse of businessmen all serious problems.
此外, 对科学造成的不明朗, 违反自然规律和在商业上的滥用都是严重问题.
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But many practicing it today are very unsure of what they are looking for.
His jaw was set, but his voice sounded thin and unsure.
There were a lot of things I was unsure about.
The evening show was terrible, with hesitant unsure performances from all.
Scientists are becoming increasingly unsure of the validity of this technique.
He had emerged from being a hesitant and unsure candidate into a fluent debater.
He made her feel hot, and awkward, and unsure of herself.
Unsure of the meaning of this remark, Ryle chose to remain silent.
I thought from the first that she was a little unsure about that marriage.
"I was very unsure of myself after the divorce," she says, unconsciously sweeping back the curls from her forehead.
If the robot is unsure whether an animal is suitable for the microwave, it has the opportunity to stop, send out beeps ( ' , 嘟嘟声 ), and ask for directions from a human.
It is reported that 49 million Americans are unsure of where they will find their next meal What's most surprising is that 36% of them live in households where at least one adult is working.
They were unsure of raise more children.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读B 选项
With its focus divided, the lion becomes confused and is unsure about what to do next.
2014年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读C 原文收起真题例句
1. lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance;
"uncertain of his convictions"
"unsure of himself and his future"
"moving with uncertain (or unsure) steps"
"an uncertain smile"
"touched the ornaments with uncertain fingers"
2. not safe from danger or mishap;
"faced an uncertain future"
"an unsure existence"
3. lacking self-confidence;
"stood in the doorway diffident and abashed"
"problems that call for bold not timid responses"
"a very unsure young man"