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belief

noun
 
 
/bɪˈliːf/
TRUE [U, no plural] B2 when you believe that something is true or real
wiara, przekonanie
It is a widely-held belief that smoking helps you lose weight. She married him in the belief that he would change. →  Opposite disbelief Opinions, beliefs and points of view
IDEA [C, U] B2 an idea that you are certain is true
przekonanie, wierzenie
religious/political beliefs Opinions, beliefs and points of view
EFFECTIVE [U, no plural] the feeling that someone or something is effective or right
wiara
a belief in social justiceOpinions, beliefs and points of view
beyond belief B2 too bad, good, difficult, etc to be real
niewiarygodny
The evil of this man is beyond belief.Not believable
(Definition of belief from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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