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Have faith!

If you tell someone to have faith, you are encouraging them to stay confident 用于鼓励某人保持信念或自信 Have faith! It'll be all right in the end. 别气馁!最后一切都会好起来的。 Trusting and not trusting
Translations of “Have faith!”
in Chinese (Traditional) 用於鼓勵某人堅持信念或保持自信…
(Definition of Have faith! from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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