Definition of for sure in English:

for sure

phrase

informal
  • Without doubt.

    ‘I can't say for sure what Giles really wanted’
    • ‘It's a commitment, for sure, but one that I hope you agree was definitely worth it in the end.’
    • ‘It may not do anything for my friend's mood, but it will make me feel a whole lot better, that's for sure.’
    • ‘All we know for sure is that he seems to enjoy some sort of position of authority at the bar.’
    • ‘Whether that is a problem of this production or whether of the opera itself I can't say for sure.’
    • ‘Cheerful in a different way, for sure, but I still have plenty to be cheery about.’
    • ‘A blog satisfies this for sure and is the best solution for me to write nearly every day.’
    • ‘No one knows for sure the exact position in 50 years' time, as no one has a crystal ball.’
    • ‘One thing was for sure, this pump would not be working by the time I got there.’
    • ‘The one thing for sure is that he's not doing it for the sake of doing us a favour.’
    • ‘It occurs to me that they're all a bunch of freaks, but it was hard to tell for sure.’
    definitely, surely, certainly, without doubt, without question, beyond any doubt, undoubtedly, indubitably, positively, absolutely, undeniably, unmistakably
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