English to Czech Meaning :: faith

Faith :
víra
víra, důvěra - víravíravíry
 
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Noun(1) a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny(2) complete confidence in a person or plan etc(3) an institution to express belief in a divine power(4) loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

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(1) ÔÇÿYou've got to play with confidence and have faith and trust in what you're going to do,ÔÇÖ Faneca says.(2) Like many islanders, Caucau's life is governed by a strong faith and a desire to express himself on the rugby field.(3) Individuals have lost faith in one another and confidence in the future.(4) He said the general public had lost faith in politics and politicians and the forming of deals that exclude a section of the public from the political process.(5) Delia had a strong religious faith and an inherent belief in providence and that things would work themselves out eventually.(6) Little wonder the citizens have lost faith in the system, in all the institutions, with even the judiciary seen as part of the problem, not the solution.(7) Misplaced faith in political Utopias has, like Stalinism, led to ruin.(8) In an era when so many of our young people are falling victim of the drink and drug scourge that is sweeping across the country like a typhoon, I had a lot of my lost faith in our youth restored last week.(9) And yes, I've pretty much lost faith in all politicians, even more so in recent months.(10) Belief in God, on the other hand, could be either an act of faith or a belief based on conclusions from evidence and argument.(11) Religion is based on faith , which my dictionary defines as ÔÇÿstrong belief without proofÔÇÖ, so it cannot be based on reason.(12) By and large, they are disenfranchised with the current government, have lost faith in having faith , and look to be about to vote a serious question mark into power.(13) The printing of this article has restored my faith and trust in humankind.(14) Since the public has lost faith in ideology, politicians must now use fear in order to maintain their hold over the masses.(15) the Christian faith(16) the faith that life will expand until it fills the universe
Related Words
(1) have faith ::
mít víru
(2) good faith ::
dobrá víra
(3) in good faith ::
v dobré víře
(4) leap of faith ::
skok víry
(5) keep faith ::
Měj víru
(6) blind faith ::
slepá víra
(7) bad faith ::
v dobré víře
(8) have faith in ::
mít víru v
(9) utmost good faith ::
vše v dobré víře
Synonyms
Noun
1. trust ::
důvěra
2. religion ::
náboženství
Antonyms
1. atheism ::
ateizmus
Different Forms
faith, faiths
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

No one ever need know,
as long as you keep faith with me.

No one ever need know, as long as you keep FAITH with me.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4


Why should the Faith or anyone else

Why should the Faith or anyone else

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6


I ask that you protect our faith

I ask that you protect our FAITH

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3


You claim it\

You claim it's going to be a week. I have no FAITH in your cleaner.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 16


You only need faith, my king.

You only need FAITH, my king.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4


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