- 半信半疑的,可疑的 not certain and slightly suspicious about sth; doubtful
- 不可靠的,冒风险 possibly or probably dishonest, disreputable or risky
fraught with uncertainty or doubt;
"they were doubtful that the cord would hold"
"it was doubtful whether she would be admitted"
"dubious about agreeing to go"
open to doubt or suspicion;
"the candidate's doubtful past"
"he has a dubious record indeed"
"what one found uncertain the other found dubious or downright false"
"it was more than dubitable whether the friend was as influential as she thought"
"they admitted the force of my argument but remained dubious"
- I feel dubious about his honesty.
- I am dubious about accepting the offer of the job.
- I remain dubious about her motives.
- The testimony given by him is dubious.
- He uses some dubious shifts to get money.
- He shares the same rotten tastes with some dubious characters.
- I am still dubious about that plan.
- He is a dubious character.
- He is a rather dubious fellow.
- His background is a trifle dubious.
- What he said was dubious.
- I'm still dubious about the plan.
- I am dubious of her honesty.
- I feel dubious as to what to do.
The islands began to grow dubious on the horizon.出自： T. Heggen
I had the dubious satisfaction of knowing that I had been 'put on their files'.出自： J. F. Lehmann