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Significado de “faith” - Diccionario Inglés

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faithnoun

uk   /feɪθ/ us   /feɪθ/
  • faith noun (TRUST)

B2 [U] great trust or confidence in something or someone: She has no faith in modern medicine. You'll cope - I have great faith in you. After the trial, his family said they had lost all faith in the judicial system. Politicians must start keeping their promises if they want to restore the people's faith in government.

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  • faith noun (RELIGION)

B2 [C] a particular religion: the Muslim/Christian/Jewish/Buddhist faith They were persecuted for their faith. He was forced to practise his faith in secret. a multi-faith society They were brought up in the true faith (= the religion which the speaker believes is the only true one).
B2 [U] strong belief in God or a particular religion: Even in the bad times she never lost her faith. Her faith in God was shattered when her baby died. It's my faith that keeps me going.

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(Definition of faith from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "faith" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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faithnoun

us   /feɪθ/
  • faith noun (TRUST)

[U] a high degree of trust or confidence in something or someone: [+ that clause] I have faith that she will do the right thing.
  • faith noun (RELIGION)

[C/U] a particular religion, or belief in God: [C] the Christian/Jewish/Muslim faith [C] We welcome people of all faiths. [U] Put your faith in God.
(Definition of faith from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "faith" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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faithnoun [U]

uk   /feɪθ/ us  
a feeling of trust that something will be successful, that people will do what they promise to do, etc.: have faith in sb/sth Board members insisted they had absolute faith in the current management team.put your faith in sb/sth You can't ask customers to put their faith in a product that hasn't been properly tested.lose faith in sb/sth Stock holders seem to have lost faith in the banking sector.
(Definition of faith from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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