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faith

noun     /feɪθ/
TRUST [U] B2 the belief that someone or something is good, right, and able to be trusted: Have faith in me. I won't let you down.Trusting and not trusting
STRONG BELIEF [U] B2 strong belief in a god or gods: Throughout her illness, she never lost her faith in God.Religions and religious groupsChristian denominations
RELIGION [C] B2 a religion: the Jewish and Christian faithsReligious beliefs and atheistic beliefsWorshipping a god
in good faith If you act in good faith, you believe that what you are doing is good, honest, or legal: Mr Daniels claims the money was given to him in good faith.Honesty, openness and sincerity
(Definition of faith from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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