sure-thing

sure thing

noun
1.
something that is or is supposed to be a certain success, as a bet or a business venture: He thinks that real estate is a sure thing.
2.
something assured; certainty: It's a sure thing that he'll refuse to cooperate.
3.
surely; for sure; O.K.; roger (often used as an interjection).

Origin:
1830–40, Americanism

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sure thing
 
adv
1.  chiefly (US) (sentence substitute) all right! yes indeed! used to express enthusiastic assent
 
n
2.  something guaranteed to be successful

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