当然可以的英语翻译为sure，of course，by all means和certainly。例句："Can I come and have a look at your house?""Yes, by all means."
1.sure 英 [ʃʊər; ʃɔːr] 美 [ʃʊr]
make sure 确信;证实
for sure adv. 确实;毫无疑问地
sure of 确信…的
sure enough 果然，果真
are you sure 你肯定吗;你确定要…
1.Are you sure you should be up?
2.I'm not a hundred per cent sure.
3.I'm sure he didn't mean any harm.
4.You don't sound very sure.
5.Are you sure he's not two-timing you?
6."I'm not sure," Liz said vaguely.
7.Are you sure about that?
8.Are you sure you locked the front door?
9.Are you sure this deal is on the level?
10.I'm sure I can rustle you up a sandwich.
11.Are you sure these documents belong together?
12.Though she gave no sign, I was sure she had seen me.
2.of course 一定，当然
1.Ben, of course, was the last to arrive.
2.The great majority of players would, of course, sign the contract without hesitation.
3.Of course, in the nature of things, and with a lot of drinking going on, people failed to notice.
4.Of course I'm not afraid!
5.”Of course there's something wrong!” Jem exploded.
6.My letter is, of course, strictly private and confidential.
7.Of course it's not true, what an absurd idea.
8.There are, of course, deeper meanings in the poem.
9.Of course we'll change it for a larger size, Madam.
10.Of course, that would have to be by anonymous vote.
3.by all means 一定，务必;尽一切办法
1.In this case, by all means focus your tests on that one area.
2.If you enjoy reading, then by all means do that whenever you want.
3."By all means, reach out to your social network, but as you cast a wide net looking for job prospects, be conscious of every email you send," Fay suggests.
4."Can I come and have a look at your house?"—"Yes, by all means."
4.certainly 英 [ˈsɜːtnli] 美 [ˈsɜːrtnli]
1.I'm certainly not scared of him.
2.She certainly knows what's what.
3.'Certainly not,' he replied emphatically.