- [U]信任,信仰,信心 trust; strong belief; unquestioning confidence
- [U]宗教信仰 strong belief, in God or in an established religion
a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny;
"he lost his faith but not his morality"
complete confidence in a person or plan etc;
"he cherished the faith of a good woman"
"the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust"
an institution to express belief in a divine power;
"he was raised in the Baptist religion"
"a member of his own faith contradicted him"
loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person;
"keep the faith"
"they broke faith with their investors"
- Christians profess their faith when they say the Creed.
- Missionaries went far afield to propagate their faith.
- The disaster caused him to waver in his faith.
- He has great talent, but he has lost his faith.
- Love asks faith and faith asks firmness.
- I still have faith in John despite his shortcomings.
- They adhered to the faith of their fathers.
- What you tell me shatters my faith in human nature.
- I'm sure she'll pass the test,I've got great faith in her.
- He still has great talent, but he has lost faith in himself.
- I haven't much faith in this medicine.
- Have you any faith in what he says?
- I've got deep faith in the essential goodness of human nature.
- I've lost faith in that fellow.
- He was brought up in the Christian faith.
- She is Buddhist by faith.
- It was an act of bad faith to betray one's friend.
- The just faith that justice would prevail impelled us forward.
- The experience gave me faith that people can change.
- I have firm faith that he will pass the exam.
- in bad faith
背信弃义地,存心不良地 breaking one's belief
- in good faith
真诚地,诚意地 with honest intentions
- keep faith
守信 keep one's words
- on faith
不加怀疑 not doubting
- abjure faith 放弃信仰
- adhere faith 坚持信仰
- defend faith 捍卫信仰
- increase faith 增强信念
- keep faith 守信
- recant faith 公开放弃信仰
- renounce faith 放弃信仰
- retain faith 保持信念
- shatter faith 使信心破灭
- state faith 阐述信念
- abiding faith 永恒的信念
- bad faith 不诚实
- blind faith 迷信
- deep faith 深信
- different faith 不同信仰
- good faith 忠诚
- great faith 信心十足
- implicit faith 绝对信任
- infinite faith 无限的信任
- steadfast faith 坚定的信念
- sublime faith 崇高的信仰
- unshakable faith 不可动摇的信念
- on faith 不加怀疑
To have faith in God is to surrender oneself to God.出自： J. H. Newman
Citizens who have lost faith in government and almost in democratic institutions too.出自：Encounter
Our absolute faith that peace will prevail.
- faith, belief, confidence, trust
- 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。
- 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。
- I hadn't got enough confidence to go ahead .我没有足够的信心前进了。
- Can you trust his account of what happened?你相信他所说的这件事发生的原因吗?
误 Never lose your faith of the experiment.
正 Never lose your faith in the experiment.
析 表示“对…失去信心”,应该说lose one's faith in,其中介词in不可用其他介词替换。
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的feid；最初源自古典拉丁语的fides，意为信任，信仰。