Definition of 'faith'
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He was a man strong in his faith, certain in his knowledge of that which was ultimately important. THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)And in his new movie, Pure of Heart, he played a Christian Scientist prepared to lay down his life for his faith. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES (2002)The odd thing was that it didn't interfere with her faith at all. THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Translations for 'faith'
British English: faith /feɪθ/ NOUN
If you have faith in someone or something, you feel confident about their ability or goodness.
I have faith in the honesty of my employees.
- American English: faith
- Arabic: ثِقَة إخلاص
- Brazilian Portuguese: fé
- Chinese: 信念
- Croatian: vjera
- Czech: víra
- Danish: tro
- Dutch: vertrouwen "(delete ""in god"")"
- European Spanish: fe
- Finnish: usko
- French: foi
- German: Glaube
- Greek: πίστη
- Italian: fede
- Japanese: 信念
- Korean: 믿음
- Norwegian: tro
- Polish: wiara
- European Portuguese: fé
- Romanian: încredere
- Russian: вера
- Spanish: fe
- Swedish: tro religiös
- Thai: ความศรัทธา
- Turkish: inanç
- Ukrainian: віра
- Vietnamese: niềm tin
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