faith · noun /feɪθ/Full view
Nouns: faith
Adjectives: faithful, unfaithful
Adverbs: faithfully, unfaithfully
faith (TRUST)
B2 U great trust or confidence in something or someone
Dictionary examples:

She has no faith in modern medicine.

You'll be fine - I have a lot of faith in you.

After the trial, his family said they had lost all faith in the legal system.

Learner example:

We must do our best to help [these children] to have faith in their future. (First Certificate in English; B2; Portuguese)

B2 U strong belief in a god or gods
Dictionary examples:

Even in the bad times she never lost her faith.

Her faith in God was shattered when her baby died.

It's my faith that keeps me going.

faith (RELIGION)
B2 C a particular religion
Dictionary examples:

the Muslim/Christian/Jewish faith

a multi-faith society

Learner example:

Everybody was praying, asking for help according to their faith or religion. (First Certificate in English; B2; Portuguese)

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