have (one's) doubts (about someone or something)(redirected from have their doubts)
have (one's) doubts (about someone or something)
To be wary or uncertain of someone or something. I know you really love this neighborhood, but I have my doubts. I do have my doubts about Brian—he just seems untrustworthy to me.
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have doubts about someone or something
to have questions or suspicions about someone or something. I have doubts about Alice and whether she can do it. We have no doubts about the usefulness of this project.
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have your ˈdoubts (about something)have reasons why you are not certain about whether something is good or whether something good will happen: I’ve had my doubts about his work since he joined the company. ♢ It may be all right. Personally, I have my doubts.
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