Definition of convinced in English:

convinced

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Pronunciation: /kənˈvɪnst
 
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adjective

  • 1Completely certain about something: she was not entirely convinced of the soundness of his motives [with clause]: I am convinced the war will be over in a matter of months
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    • Most of all, he remains touchingly convinced of his powers of persuasion.
    • We are proud of our high journalistic standards and we would not publish any story unless entirely convinced of its accuracy.
    • Having taken health supplements as a competitive swimmer, Wilkie became convinced of their efficacy.
  • 1.1 [attributive] Firm in one’s belief with regard to a particular cause or issue: a convinced pacifist
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    • A convinced anticlerical, he regarded all saints and visionaries as hysterics.
    • The they had supported the Prague Spring in a convinced, brotherly, and firm manner.

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