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faith

noun [U]
 
 
/feɪθ/
a feeling of trust that something will be successful, that people will do what they promise to do, etc.: have faith in sb/sth Board members insisted they had absolute faith in the current management team.put your faith in sb/sth You can't ask customers to put their faith in a product that hasn't been properly tested.lose faith in sb/sth Stock holders seem to have lost faith in the banking sector. →  See also bad faith , duty of faith , good faith
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