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believe

verb   /bɪˈliːv/ ( present participle believing, past tense and past participle believed)
A2 to think that something is true, or that what someone says is true creer She says she’s only 30, but I don’t believe it. Do you believe him?
A2 to think something, although you are not completely sure creer The murderer is believed to be in his thirties.
believe it or not
B1 used to say that something surprising is true lo creas o no He even remembered my birthday, believe it or not.
not believe your eyes/ears
B1 to be very surprised when you see someone or something, or when you hear what someone says no dar crédito a lo que ves/oyes I couldn’t believe my ears when Dan said they were getting married.
→  Phrasal verbs believe in something , believe in something/in doing something
(Definition of believe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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