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  1. believe

    • IPA[bəˈlēv]

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    • v.
      accept (something) as true; feel sure of the truth of;accept the statement of (someone) as true
    • verb: believe, 3rd person present: believes, gerund or present participle: believing, past tense: believed, past participle: believed

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    • v.
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    • 1. accept (something) as true; feel sure of the truth of:

      the superintendent believed Lancaster's story

      Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead

    • 2. accept the statement of (someone) as true:

      he didn't believe her or didn't want to know

    • 3. have faith, especially religious faith:

      there are those on the fringes of the Church who do not really believe

    • 4. feel sure that (someone) is capable of a particular action:

      I wouldn't have believed it of Lois—what an extraordinary woman!

    • 5. hold (something) as an opinion; think or suppose:

      I believe we've already met

      four men were believed to be trapped

    • n.
      the action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are:
    • she's living in a world of make-believe
    • adj.
      imitating something real:
    • he was firing a make-believe gun at the spy planes
    • v.
      pretend; imagine:
    • you can make-believe you're swimming out in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean

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    • have faith in the truth or existence of

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    • have faith in the truth or existence of

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    • n.
      the action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are:
    • she's living in a world of make-believe
    • adj.
      imitating something real; pretend:
    • he was firing a make-believe gun at the spy planes
    • v.
      pretend; imagine:
    • Brenda rode along, make-believing she was a knight riding to the rescue

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    • used to emphasize the truth of a statement

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    • used to emphasize the truth of a statement

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    • used to express surprise at something one is relating

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    • used to express amazement about something

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    • IPA[bɪˈliːv]

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    • v.
      accept that (something) is true, especially without proof:
    • the superintendent believed Lancaster's story

      some 23 per cent believe that smoking keeps down weight

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