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Đang xem: Belief là gì
belief /bi”li:f/ danh từ lòng tin, đức tin; sự tin tưởngto have belief in something: tin tưởng ở cái gìto have belief in somebody: tin tưởng ở ai tin tưởngfreedom of belief: tự do tín ngưỡngto be beyond (past) belief không thể tin đượcto the best of my belief theo sự hiểu biết chắc chắn của tôi, theo chỗ tôi biết một cách chính xácit stahherst belief khó mà tin được
Lĩnh vực: xây dựngniềm tinmeasure of belief (MB): số đo niềm tinbelief linemức tin cậymeasure of belief (MB)số đo độ tin cậylòng tinsự tin tưởng
Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): belief, disbelief, believe, disbelieve, believable, disbelieving, unbelievable, unbelievably
Từ điển Collocation
ADJ. absolute, deep-seated, deeply held, fervent, firm, passionate, profound, strong, strongly held, unshakeable | genuine, honest, sincere She was strict with her children in the genuine belief that it was the right thing to do. | entrenched, fanatical | common, commonly held, general, popular, widely held, widespread | growing | long-held, long-standing | belief how things could have got this bad.
BELIEF + VERB persist Belief in the magical properties of this herb persisted down the centuries.
BELIEF + NOUN system
PREP. beyond ~ (= too great, difficult, etc. to be believed) Dissatisfaction with the government has grown beyond belief. icy air that was cold beyond belief | in the ~ that She did it in the belief that it would basic, central, core, fundamental the basic beliefs of Christianityhelp her career. | ~ about beliefs | personal, private I think the rights and wrongs of eating meat are a matter of personal belief. | rational, reasonable | irrational, superstitious | instinctive | naive | strange | conflicting, contradictory | erroneous, false, misguided, mistaken I took the job in the mistaken belief that I would be able to stay in London. | ancient, traditional The people still follow their traditional beliefs. | orthodox | cultural, moral, political, religious, spiritual They were persecuted for their religious beliefs. | Catholic, Christian, pagan, etc.
QUANT. set, system Each religion has its set of beliefs.
VERB + BELIEF have, hold I have very firm beliefs about moral issues. | share He shared his father”s belief that people should work hard for their living. | adhere to, cling to, follow, hold on to, stick to She clung to the belief that he would come back to her. The Labour Party must stick to its beliefs. | abandon, give up, renounce | lose She has lost her belief in God. | affirm, assert, declare, express, state Here the apostle Peter affirms his belief that the scriptures are ‘inspired’. | emphasize, stress | encourage, foster, fuel The exam results encouraged the belief that he was a good teacher. | confirm, reinforce, strengthen, support This latest evidence strengthens our belief that the government is doing the right thing. | question, shake, shatter, undermine, weaken The child”s death shook her belief in God. | respect You must respect other people”s beliefs. | beggar, defy (= to be impossible to believe) It beggars about the origin of the universe | ~ among There is a belief among young people that education is a waste of time. | ~ in a belief in God
PHRASES contrary to popular belief (= in spite of what people think) Contrary to popular belief, rainforests are not jungles through which you have to slash a path.