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Translation of "believe" - English-Turkish dictionary

believe

verb     /bɪˈliːv/
TRUE [T]
A2 to think that something is true, or that what someone says is true güvenmek, itimat etmek [+ (that)] They believe that their health has suffered because of the chemicals. Do you believe him? →  Opposite disbelieve Believing
THINK [T]
A2 to think something, without being completely sure sanmak, varsaymak, farzetmek The murderer is believed to be in his thirties.Believing
RELIGION [I]
to have religious beliefs inanmak, itikat etmek, iman etmek BelievingWorshipping a god
not believe your eyes/ears
B1 to be very surprised when you see someone or something, or when you hear what someone says gözlerine/kulaklarına inanamamak, çok şaşırmak I couldn't believe my ears when Dan said they were getting married.Surprised
believe it or not
B1 used to say that something is true although it seems surprising ister inan, ister inanma He even remembered my birthday, believe it or not.Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upsetBelieving
(Definition of believe from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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