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believe

verb /biˈliːv/
to regard (something) as true
creer
I believe his story.
to trust (a person), accepting what he says as true
creer
I believe you.
to think (that)
creer (que), pensar (que)
I believe he’s ill.
believable adjective
creíble
Her story is barely believable.
belief /-f/ noun faith or trust
confianza, fe
I have belief in his ability.
(often in plural) something believed
creencia
Christian beliefs.
believer noun a person who has (especially religious) beliefs
creyente
a true believer.
believe in phrasal verb to accept the existence or recognize the value of (something)
creer en
Do you believe in ghosts? He believes in capital punishment.
(Definition of believe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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