- [U]相信；信任 a strong feeling that sth/sb exits or is true; confidence that sth/sb is good or right
- [U][S]看法；信念 an opinion about sth; sth that you think is true
- [C]信仰；宗教信条 sth that you believe, especially as part of your religion; an idea that you are certain is true, especially involving religion or politics
- any cognitive content held as true
- a vague idea in which some confidence is placed;
"his impression of her was favorable"
"what are your feelings about the crisis?"
"it strengthened my belief in his sincerity"
"I had a feeling that she was lying"
- It bolstered my belief.
- He acted in accordance with his beliefs.
- His belief of communism is immovable.
- There was a happy chime of belief and practice in everything she said.
- He has lost his belief in God.
- The story of his miseries is beyond my belief.
His religious beliefs don't allow him to eat meat.
Where did the word come from? There are all sorts of beliefs.
All non-violent religious and political beliefs should be respected equally.
Could you defend your political beliefs?
He was jailed for his religious beliefs.
Contrary to popular belief, he was not responsible for the tragedy.
He acted in accordance with his beliefs.
She is a woman with strong religious beliefs.
They abandoned their beliefs about this religion.
Her belief in God remained strong.
His belief in God gave him hope during difficult times.
I have complete belief in my friends.
The failure of the operation has shaken my belief in the doctor.
There's nothing more natural than a childish belief in his parents.
They cherish a belief in ghosts.
I have't much belief in his honesty.
It robbed her of her profound belief in religion.
I admire his passionate belief in what he is doing.
This theory goes against the beliefs of most current political thinkers.
Most children follow the belief of their parents.
Due to his belief upon the false testimony he made a mistake.
I hold a firm belief that he will win.
It is my belief that nuclear weapons are immoral.
It's my belief that her death was not an accident.
He deceived us into the belief that he was an honest man.
There is a general belief that thing will soon get better.
There is widespread belief that an agreement has been made.
- beyond belief
难以置信的; 不可思议的 too great, difficult, dreadful to be believed; incredible
The huts they lived in were sordid and filthy beyond belief. 他们住的小房真是异乎寻常地脏。
Dissatisfaction with the government has grown beyond belief. 对政府的不满已经达到令人难以置信的程度。
His story is beyond belief. 他说的事令人难以置信。
Some of the reports about him are beyond belief. 有关他的一些传闻真叫人难以相信。
- 难以置信的; 不可思议的 too great, difficult, dreadful to be believed; incredible
- to the best of one's belief
To the best of my belief she is still living there. 据我所知，她还住在那儿。
To the best of my belief I have never seen him before. 我相信自己过去从未见过他。
- in the belief that...
相信… feeling confident that...
He came to me in the belief that I could help him. 他到我这里来， 因为相信我能帮助他。
He called at he house in the belief that she would lend him the money. 他相信她会借钱给他，所以上她家拜访。
He did it in the belief that he was right. 他这么干是因为他坚信自己是对的。
She acted in the belief that she was doing good. 她这么做是因为她认定自己是在做好事。
She started taking money from her employer, in the mistaken belief that she would not be discovered. 她误以为自己不会被发觉，开始偷起雇主的钱来。
- 相信… feeling confident that...
- abandon one's belief 放弃信仰
- abjure one's belief 放弃信仰
- acknowledge one's belief 承认信仰
- alter one's belief 改变信仰
- cherish a belief 抱有信念
- declare one's belief 表明信仰
- destroy a belief 破坏信念
- die for one's belief 为信仰而献身
- discard one's belief 放弃信仰
- entertain a belief 抱有信念
- express one's belief 表明信仰
- foster a belief 树立信念
- give up beliefone's 放弃信仰
- have belief in sb 信任某人；对某人有信心
- hold a belief 持有信念
- impose a belief 寄托信念
- maintain a belief 持有信念
- relinquish one's belief 抛弃信念
- rigid in one's belief 固执己见
- secure in one's beliefs 坚守自己的信仰
- shake one's belief 动摇信仰
- shake sb's belief in sth 动摇某人对某事物的信念
- share sb's belief 与某人有共同信念
- stick up for one's beliefs 捍卫自己的信仰
- strengthen a belief 加强信念
- support a belief 支持信念
- ancient belief 古老的信仰
- basic belief 根本的信仰
- common belief 普遍的信仰
- contemporary belief 当代的信仰
- contrary beliefs 相对立的信仰
- current belief 当代的信仰
- deep-rooted belief 根深蒂固的信念
- doctrinaire belief 教条主义信念
- erroneous belief 错误的信念
- false belief 错误的信念
- firm belief 坚定的信念
- general belief 普遍的信仰
- great belief 完全相信
- mistaken belief 错误的信念
- old belief 古老的信仰
- political belief 政治信仰
- prevalent belief 流行的说法
- religious belief 宗教信仰
- strong belief 坚定的信仰
- superstitious belief 迷信的说法
- unpopular belief 不受欢迎的说法
- unshakable belief 不可动摇的信念
- widely accepted belief 广泛接受的信念
- wide-spread belief 广为流传的说法
Beyond mine old belief in womanhood.出自：Tennyson
He had no belief in the administrative capacity of the Unionists.出自：A. J. P. Taylor
The boy's health has improved beyond belief.
Improvement beyond belief has been effected in the boy's health.
- belief, confidence, faith, trust
这组词都可以表示“相信”。其区别在于:1.faith指有事实依据证明某人或某物真实可靠,毋庸置疑; belief是普通用语,指没有经过自己亲自观察和亲身经历就去相信,即使事实不真或根本不存在也不产生怀疑。例如:I have great belief in his ability to succeed.我相信他有能力获得成功。confidence指根据自己的观察,有充分的理由和证据承认某事是正确的。例如:I had confidence in my own youth and energy.我对自己的年轻和精力很有信心。trust指从本人直观感觉认为某人的行为是正确的、符合道德标准的,可以信托。例如:A child usually has perfect trust in his mother.孩子通常都很信任自己的母亲。2.faith后可接that从句; belief后也可接that从句。例如:Their great driving force is the belief that they are doing right.他们相信自己做得对的信念驱使他们前行。confidence除可接that从句外,还可接动词不定式。例如:I hadn't got enough confidence to go ahead .我没有足够的信心前进了。trust除可用作名词外,还可用作动词。例如:Can you trust his account of what happened?你相信他所说的这件事发生的原因吗?
- belief faith confidence conviction credit trust
- belief faith trust confidence
- belief:belief指“承认某事是真的, 尽管有或没有确凿的证据”。
- belief in ghosts.
- I have faith in his ability to succeed.
- trust:trust指“信赖”、“信任”, 含有“坚定的信念”的意思,。
- enjoy the trust of the people
- confidence:confidence指“在有证据的基础上相信”, 也常指“自信”、“有把握”。
- She has great confidence in her success.
- belief:belief n. 信任, 信心, 信仰习惯用语beyond belief 难以置信的; 令人吃惊的 难以想象地; 非常地have belief in 相信, 信任tax sb.'s belief 使…