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Translation of "believe" - English-Polish dictionary

believe

verb     /bɪˈliːv/
TRUE [T]
A2 to think that something is true, or that what someone says is true wierzyć [+ (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 sądzić, przypuszczać The murderer is believed to be in his thirties.Believing
RELIGION [I]
to have religious beliefs wierzyć 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 nie wierzyć własnym oczom/uszom 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 choć trudno w to uwierzyć He even remembered my birthday, believe it or not.Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upsetBelieving
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