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belief

noun [C or S or U]
 
 
/bɪˈliːf/
the feeling of being certain that something exists or is true
相信,信心;信仰
All non-violent religious and political beliefs should be respected equally.
对所有非暴力的宗教和政治信仰应予以同等尊重。
[+ that] It is my (firm) belief that nuclear weapons are immoral.
我(坚定)相信使用核武器是不道德的。
His belief in God gave him hope during difficult times.
他对上帝的信奉使他在困境中看到了希望。
Recent revelations about corruption have shaken many people's belief in (= caused people to have doubts about) the police.
不久前腐败事件的曝光动摇了许多人对警方的信任。
He called at her house in the belief that (= confident that) she would lend him the money.
他相信她会借钱给他,所以登她家的门。
BelievingOpinions, beliefs and points of view
beyond belief too bad, good, difficult, etc. to be imagined
过于坏、好、艰难等,以至于难以置信
The brutality of the murders was beyond belief.
凶手的残忍令人难以置信。
Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for badNot believable
(Definition of belief from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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