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believernoun [C]

uk   /bɪˈliː.vər/ us   /bɪˈliː.vɚ/
a person who has a religious belief or who strongly believes that something is right or good: She's been a believer since she survived a terrible car accident. Harvey's a great believer in health food. I'm a great believer in allowing people to make their own mistakes.
(Definition of believer from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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believernoun [C]

us   /bɪˈli·vər/
a person who feels certain about the truth of a religion or religious ideas
A believer is also someone who has a strong opinion that something is right or good: I’m a believer in the public’s right to know.
(Definition of believer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “believer”
in Chinese (Simplified) 宗教信仰者, 信徒…
in Turkish inanan, inançlı, imanlı…
in Russian верующий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宗教信仰者, 信徒…
in Polish wierząc-y/a, wiern-y/a…
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