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Doubt definition and meaning... can someone help me?

Doubt definition and meaning... can someone help me?

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  • You could start by looking the word up in a dictionary. For example here:

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/doubt

  • Hey!I am from Russia,and i learn english language.In our language expressions in the negative, you can double-use the negative particle for expressing negation.While learning your language, I have a question.How to speak more correctly in data and similar expressions,for example is-
    I am not know nothing
    I am know nothing
    2
    I'm not go anywhere
    I'm go anywhere 
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