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cierto adjective

certain(sure, positive, not doubting)
adjective
[UK: ˈsɜːt.n̩] [US: ˈsɝː.tn̩]

true [truer, truest](concurring with a given set of facts)
adjective
[UK: truː] [US: ˈtruː]

cierto determiner
{m}

certain(having been determined but not specified)
determiner

acierto noun
{m}

success [successes](achievement of one's aim or goal)
noun
[UK: sək.ˈses] [US: sək.ˈses]

concierto noun
{m}

concert [concerts](agreement in a design or plan)
noun
[UK: kən.ˈsɜːt] [US: ˈkɑːn.sərt]

concerto [concertos](a piece of music for one or more solo instruments and orchestra)
noun
[UK: kən.ˈtʃeə.təʊ] [US: kən.ˈtʃerto.ʊ]

desconcierto noun

bewilderment(state of being bewildered)
noun
[UK: bɪ.ˈwɪl.də.mənt] [US: bə.ˈwɪl.dər.mənt]

en cierto modo adverb

partly(in part)
adverb
[UK: ˈpɑːt.li] [US: ˈpɑːrt.li]

somewhat(limited extent)
adverb
[UK: ˈsʌm.wɒt] [US: ˈsʌˈm.wət]

en cierto sentido adverb

sort of(in a way etc.)
adverb
[UK: sɔːt əv] [US: ˈsɔːrt əv]

es cierto que adverb

admittedly(by admission)
adverb
[UK: əd.ˈmɪ.tɪd.li] [US: æd.ˈmɪ.təd.li]

grantedly(by admission)
adverb

incierto adjective

chancy [chancier, chanciest](uncertain)
adjective
[UK: ˈtʃɑːn.si] [US: ˈtʃæn.si]

dicey [dicier, diciest](of uncertain, risky outcome)
adjective
[UK: ˈdaɪ.si] [US: ˈdaɪ.si]

indecisive(inconclusive or uncertain)
adjective
[UK: ˌɪn.dɪ.ˈsaɪ.sɪv] [US: ˌɪn.də.ˈsaɪ.sɪv]

uncertain(not known for certain; questionable)
adjective
[UK: ʌn.ˈsɜːt.n̩] [US: ʌn.ˈsɝː.tn̩]

lo cierto es que adverb

admittedly(by admission)
adverb
[UK: əd.ˈmɪ.tɪd.li] [US: æd.ˈmɪ.təd.li]

grantedly(by admission)
adverb

por cierto preposition

as a matter of fact(actually)
preposition

by the way(incidentally)
preposition

por cierto adverb

incidentally(by the way)
adverb
[UK: ˌɪn.sɪ.ˈden.tə.li] [US: ˌɪn.sə.ˈden.tə.li]

sala de conciertos noun
{f}

concert hall(building)
noun
[UK: kən.ˈsɜːt hɔːl] [US: ˈkɑːn.sərt ˈhɒl]

¿cierto? interjection

right(checking agreement)
interjection