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believe definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To accept as real or real: can you think the news tales?
    • To credit with veracity: I think you.
    • to anticipate or assume; believe: I believe they will show up immediately.
    • To exercise belief in; to credit upon the authority or testimony of some other; become persuaded of the truth of, upon proof furnished by explanations, arguments, and deductions of head, or by conditions aside from personal understanding; to consider or accept as true; to put self-confidence in; to imagine; to think about.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to own firm belief, specially spiritual trust.
    • having trust, self-confidence, or trust: in my opinion inside capability to resolve the situation.
    • having self-confidence into the truth or worth of some thing: We rely on no-cost address.
    • to own an opinion; think: these have left, I think.
    • to possess a strong persuasion, esp. of the truths of religion; to possess a persuasion nearing to certainty; to work out belief or trust.
    • To think; to assume.
  • idiom:
    • think (one's) ears To trust just what you've got heard.
    • think (one's) eyes To trust exactly what one has seen.
  • verb:
    • to consider anything holds true with out evidence or empirical evidence.
    • to just accept that somebody is informing the truth.
    • To accept as true.
    • To have religious trust; to believe in a higher truth.
    • To consider likely.
    • follow a credo; have a faith; be a believer
    • judge or respect; look upon; judge
    • accept as real; try be true
    • be confident about some thing
    • credit with veracity
  • others:
    • to possess faith or confidence.
    • To exercise trust or self-confidence; depend through belief: typically with on.
    • is persuaded associated with the truth of everything; accept a doctrine, concept, system, etc., as true, or as an object of belief: within: as, “i really believe into the Holy Ghost, the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints,” etc., Apostles' Crecd; to trust in Buddhism. See belief.
    • To credit upon the bottom of expert, testimony, argument, or any other surface than full demonstration; take as true; offer credence to. See belief.
    • to provide credence to (you making a statement, something said, etc.).
    • to anticipate or hope confidently; trust.
    • is of opinion; believe; understand: as, in my opinion he's left the town.
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