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Spanish translation of “faith”

faith

noun /feiθ/
trust or belief
confianza
She had faith in his ability.
religious belief
fe
Years of hardship had not caused him to lose his faith.
loyalty to one’s promise
palabra
She was determined to keep faith with him.
faithful adjective loyal and true; not changing
fiel, leal
a faithful friend He was faithful to his promise.
true or exact
fiel
a faithful account of what had happened.
faithfully adverb
fielmente
The dog was faithfully following its master across the field.
Yours faithfully a polite way of ending a formal (usually business) letter which starts with ’Dear Sir’ or ’Dear Madam’. In American English ’Sincerely yours’ or ’Truly yours’ is used.
le saluda atentamente, atentamente
faithfulness noun
fidelidad
faithless adjective
desleal
faithlessness noun
infidelidad
in (all) good faith sincerely
de buena fe
She made the offer in good faith.
(Definition of faith from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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