Table of Contents
- 1 Does sure mean yes?
- 2 Where is sure used?
- 3 Is there a word sure?
- 4 Is sure thing rude?
- 5 When should we use sure?
- 6 Is sure formal or informal?
- 7 What should I say instead of sure?
- 8 What can I say instead of for sure?
- 9 Which is the best definition of the word sure?
- 10 Is there a substitute for the adverb sure?
- 11 Are there any Sures in the Cambridge English Dictionary?
Does sure mean yes?
Sure is used as “yes,” though it never means “yes.” Sure is a thumbs up to your face, and a jerkoff motion behind your back.
Where is sure used?
When you are 100% certain or when someone questions if you are right, you use this form of “sure” : “Sure.” “I’m sure.” “Sure, sure.” “Suurree…” When you want to agree or say “yes” you use this form of “sure” : “Sure.” “I’m sure.” “Sure, sure.” “Suurree…”
Is sure sarcastic?
When someone asks you a question and you answer “sure” without any inflection, you are actually saying “Whatever– I don’t know and I don’t care.” “Sure” is also frequently used sarcastically.
Is there a word sure?
adjective, sur·er, sur·est. free from doubt as to the reliability, character, action, etc., of something: to be sure of one’s data. confident, as of something expected: sure of success.
Is sure thing rude?
(informal) A polite reply to thank you. “Thanks a lot for your help.” / “Sure thing!” An affirmative reply; yes; certainly.
Is sure passive aggressive?
Sure. The tepidity of this word can not be understated. It is a weapon of passive aggressive indifference. The majority of people use this word on the regular without a second thought.
When should we use sure?
Sure is used to signal consent, or to put it another way, willingness to go along with something. It’s often used in response to requests for permission: Alice: Would you mind if I take the car? Bob: Sure, go ahead.
Is sure formal or informal?
“Surely” is traditional, formal, correct. “Sure” is colloquial, informal, common, and also correct (at least it is in America.) Well, beyond that “Americsn” or “British” never ending debate, basic rules do exsist in the common English Language. “Surely” is an adverb and “hot” is an adjective.
How do you reply to sure?
Saying sure in response to thank you is very informal….Sure it is sometimes combined with other responses such as:
- Sure, no problem.
- Sure, don’t mention it.
- Sure, my pleasure.
What should I say instead of sure?
Synonyms for sure. all right, alright, assuredly, certainly, clearly, definitely, doubtless, easily, forsooth, hands down, inarguably,
What can I say instead of for sure?
Synonyms of for sure
- all right,
Can you reply sure thing to thank you?
Which is the best definition of the word sure?
There is only one sure way (= one way that can be trusted) of finding out the truth. certain I feel certain that this change will be for the best. know/say for certain I can’t say for certain, but I think he’s coming to the party. sure Don’t worry – I’m sure it won’t be a problem.
Is there a substitute for the adverb sure?
Most commentators consider the adverb sure to be something less than completely standard; surely is usually recommended as a substitute. Our current evidence shows, however, that sure and surely have become differentiated in use.
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Are there any Sures in the Cambridge English Dictionary?
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