Bedeutung von “hope” — Learner’s Dictionary

hope

noun us uk /həʊp/
There seems little hope for world peace.Despite the devastating news, no one is giving up hope.The new drug will give hope to thousands of sufferers.Their hopes of victory ended with a 7-2 thrashing by Germany.Rescuers have given up hope of finding any more survivors.

B1 [ C, U ] a positive feeling about the future, or something that you want to happen:

a message full of hope
What are your hopes and dreams for the future?
Don't give up hope - I'm sure he'll be fine.
[ + of + doing sth ] Young people are growing up in our cities without any hope of getting a job.
sb's best/last/only hope

the best/last/only person or thing that can help you and make you succeed:

Doctors say his only hope is a transplant.
in the hope of/that

because you want something good to happen:

[ + doing sth ] She went to Paris in the hope of improving her French.
They wrote to the Prime Minister in the hope that he would help.

(Definition von “hope noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)