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  • 1 Believe — Believe, or related terms, may refer to:*Belief, a conviction or certainty, often regarding God or a supreme beingFilm and television* Believe (film), a 2007 film directed by Loki Mulholland * The Believer (film), a 2001 film starring Ryan… …

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  • 2 Believe — Studioalbum von Disturbed Veröffentlichung 2002 Label Reprise Records Genre …

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  • 3 Believe — Believe: Believe  музыкальный альбом Шер, выпущенный в 1999 году. Believe (песня Шер)  песня Шер, выпущенная на одноимённом альбоме в 1999 году. Believe  песня Димы Билана. Believe сингл Димы Билана. Believe  альбом Димы… …

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  • 4 Believe — Be*lieve , v. i. 1. To have a firm persuasion, esp. of the truths of religion; to have a persuasion approaching to certainty; to exercise belief or faith. [1913 Webster] Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief. Mark ix. 24. [1913 Webster] With… …

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  • 5 Believe — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda La palabra inglesa Believe ( creer , tanto en presente de indicativo como en imperativo) puede referirse a: Believe, canción de Dima Bilán ganadora del Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión 2008. Believe, canción de… …

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  • 6 believe — (v.) O.E. belyfan to believe, earlier geleafa (Mercian), gelefa (Northumbrian), gelyfan (W.Saxon) believe, from P.Gmc. *ga laubjan to believe, perhaps lit. hold dear, love (Cf. O.S. gilobian believe, Du. geloven, O.H.G. gilouben, Ger …

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  • 7 Believe — Be*lieve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Believed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Believing}.] [OE. bileven (with pref. be for AS. ge ), fr. AS. gel?fan, gel?fan; akin to D. gelooven, OHG. gilouban, G. glauben, OS. gil?bian, Goth. galaubjan, and Goth. liubs dear. See… …

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  • 8 believe — be·lieve vt be·lieved, be·liev·ing: to consider to be true or honest Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. believe I …

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  • 9 believe — [v1] trust, rely on accept, accredit, admit, affirm, attach weight to, be certain of, be convinced of, be credulous, be of the opinion, buy*, conceive, conclude, consider, count on, credit, deem, fall for*, give credence to, have, have faith in,… …

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  • 10 believe — ► VERB 1) accept that (something) is true or (someone) is telling the truth. 2) (believe in) have faith in the truth or existence of. 3) have religious faith. 4) think or suppose. DERIVATIVES believable adjective believer …

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  • 11 believe — [bə lēv′, bēlēv′] vt. believed, believing [ME bileven < bi,BE + leven, contr. < ileven < OE geliefan < IE base * leubh , to like, desire > LOVE, LIEF, L libido] 1. to take as true, real, etc. 2. to have confidence in a statement or …

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  • 12 believe — be|lieve W1S1 [bıˈli:v] v [: Old English; Origin: belefan, from lyfan, lefan to allow, believe ] 1.) [T not in progressive] to be sure that something is true or that someone is telling the truth ▪ You shouldn t believe everything you read. ▪ I… …

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  • 13 believe — be|lieve [ bı liv ] verb *** 1. ) transitive to think that a fact is true: Astronomers knew the Earth was round, but few people believed it. believe (that): I don t believe that she s ever been to Hong Kong. be widely/generally believed (=be… …

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  • 14 believe — /bi li:v/ verb (not in progressive) 1 BE SURE STH IS TRUE (T) to be sure that something is true or that someone is telling the truth: You shouldn t believe everything you read. | believe (that): I can hardly believe he s only 25! | believe sb: I… …

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  • 15 believe */*/*/ — UK [bɪˈliːv] / US [bɪˈlɪv] verb Word forms believe : present tense I/you/we/they believe he/she/it believes present participle believing past tense believed past participle believed 1) a) [transitive] to think that a fact is true Astronomers knew …

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  • 16 believe — [[t]bɪli͟ːv[/t]] ♦ believes, believing, believed 1) VERB If you believe that something is true, you think that it is true, but you are not sure. [FORMAL] [V that] Experts believe that the coming drought will be extensive... [V that] I believe you …

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  • 17 believe — v. 1) to believe firmly, sincerely, strongly; mistakenly 2) (D; intr.) to believe in (to believe in ghosts) 3) (D; tr.) to believe of (I can t believe it of him) 4) (L) we believe that she will come 5) (M) they all believe the story to be true 6) …

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  • 18 believe — verb ADVERB ▪ deeply, fervently, firmly, passionately, really ▪ He firmly believed that he was right. ▪ genuinely, honestly …

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  • 19 believe*/*/*/ — [bɪˈliːv] verb 1) [T] to think that something is true Astronomers knew the Earth was round, but few people believed it.[/ex] The police didn t believe her.[/ex] I don t believe she s his sister at all.[/ex] It is widely believed (= believed by a… …

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  • 20 believe — verb (believed; believing) Etymology: Middle English beleven, from Old English belēfan, from be + lȳfan, lēfan to allow, believe; akin to Old High German gilouben to believe, Old English lēof dear more at love Date: before 12th century… …

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