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İngilizce - Türkçe

ABD'de ülke çapındaki bir ankete göre Müslümanların terörle bağlantılı olduğu yaygın bir inançtır. - It is a prevalent belief, according to a nationwide poll in the United States, that Muslims are linked with terrorism.

Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

{i} itikat
{i} iman
{i} inanış

Yaygın inanışın aksine Tom çok saf değildir. - Contrary to popular belief, Tom isn't that naive.


Onun Allah'a inancı çok sağlam. - Her belief in God is very firm.

Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

{i} güven
{i} düşünce
{i} kanı
{i} inanma
{i} fikir
{i} itimat
belief tourism
inanç turizmi
belief system
inanç sistemi
belief and doubt
inanç ve şüphe
belief in a just world
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) adil dünya inancı
beggar belief
İnanılması güç olmak
be beyond belief
inanılması mümkün olmamak, inanılmaz olmak
beyond belief
beyond belief
(Fiili Deyim ) inanılmaz , olağan üstü
beyond belief
superstitious belief
batıl inanç
freedom of belief
(Politika, Siyaset) inanç özgürlüğü
false belief
yanlış inanç
strong belief
kuvvetli inanç

Babası onların ailesi gibi aynı dini inançları paylaşmayan bir kızla onun nişanını tasdik etmedi. - His father would never sanction his engagement to a girl who did not share the same religious beliefs as their family.

Onlar inançlarında fanatik. - They are fanatical in their beliefs.

contrary to common belief
(deyim) İnanılanın/sanılanın/düşünülenin aksine,
contrary to popular belief
bilinenin aksine
contrary to the belief
sanıldığının aksine
it's past all belief
o geçmiş tüm inanç
rejecting any belief in gods
Tanrılar herhangi bir inanç reddetme
self belief
Benlik inancı
self belief
self belief
kendi inanç
contrary to common belief
bilinenin aksine
false belief tasks
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yanlış inanç testleri
popular belief
genel inanç
religious belief
dini inanış
İngilizce - İngilizce
One's religious or moral convictions

I can't do that. It's against my beliefs.

The quality or state of believing

My belief that it will rain tomorrow is strong.

Religious faith

She often said it was her belief that carried her through the hard times.

Mental acceptance of a claim as truth regardless of supporting or contrary empirical evidence
Something believed

The ancient people have a belief in many deities.

The thing believed; the object of belief
{n} credit given to evidence, strong or fullp persuasion of mind, opinions, creed
any cognitive content held as true
Your religious or political beliefs are your views on religious or political matters. He refuses to compete on Sundays because of his religious beliefs
You use contrary to popular belief to introduce a statement that is the opposite to what is thought to be true by most ordinary people. Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence that what you look like makes much difference to your life
Claim to Reality Personally Untested & Potentially Unfounded
Mental acceptance of a claim as truth
Philosophers use the term "belief" broadly Our use includes religious beliefs, but all other beliefs as well: political beliefs, scientific beliefs, etc In short, we use this term to encompass anything believed, from beliefs about the origin of the universe to ones as mundane as whether the car needs to be washed
If it is your belief that something is the case, it is your strong opinion that it is the case. It is our belief that improvements in health care will lead to a stronger, more prosperous economy
The willing acceptance of the fiction created within dramatic situations and plays, and the student's commitment to it
In the Christian sense - is when the truth of God takes permanent residence in our heart and mind It must always be consistent with the Bible Belief in Jesus is to be our first priority (John 6: 29) Faith is acting out our life on the basis of our belief The sin of unbelief is very serious because it undermines God's purpose and activity in our lives (Romans 4: 20, 11: 20-23)
A statement that is not known or assumed to be true
Genus: Mental process Differentia: The acceptance that an idea is true Comment: Belief omits degrees
A propensity to act as if intent matches content for some information set As stated, the definition implies that belief must be conscious This may need to be relaxed
A descriptive thought that a person holds about something
emphasis You use beyond belief to emphasize that something is true to a very great degree or that it happened to a very great degree. We are devastated, shocked beyond belief
If you have a particular belief, you think something is true
Acceptance of a fact, opinion, or proposition
n something believed specif a tenet or body of tenets held by a group conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of some being or phenomenon esp when based on examination of evidence
An unproven assertion based on one or more fundamental assumptions The assertion may be unprovable
Conviction of mind, founded on evidence, that a fact exists - that an act was done, that a statement is true Giddens v Mirk, 4 Ga 369 (1848) The difference between "belief" and "knowledge" consists in the degree of certainty Things which do not make a deep impression on the memory may be said to leave a "belief" "Knowledge" is firm belief 9 Cal 62
A tenet, or the body of tenets, held by the advocates of any class of views; doctrine; creed
A persuasion of the truths of religion; faith
in the explanation of social attitudes, the cognitive component of the person’s overall evaluation of an entity
A state of mind in which our trust, or confidence, is placed in something or someone
mental acceptance or describable confidence that certain things are true but without absolute certainty of such
n The mental act, condition or habit of placing trust or confidence in a person or thing Mental acceptance of or conviction in the truth or actuality of something
a vague idea in which some confidence is placed; "his impression of her was favorable"; "what are your feelings about the crisis?"; "it strengthened my belief in his sincerity"; "I had a feeling that she was lying"
If you do one thing in the belief that another thing is true or will happen, you do it because you think, usually wrongly, that it is true or will happen. Civilians had broken into the building, apparently in the belief that it contained food
{i} opinion, creed; religion, faith
Assent to a proposition or affirmation, or the acceptance of a fact, opinion, or assertion as real or true, without immediate personal knowledge; reliance upon word or testimony; partial or full assurance without positive knowledge or absolute certainty; persuasion; conviction; confidence; as, belief of a witness; the belief of our senses
A conviction; often thought to be more enduring than an attitude and less enduring than a value (See 403)
Ones religious or moral convictions
Belief is a feeling of certainty that something exists, is true, or is good. One billion people throughout the world are Muslims, united by belief in one god. a belief in personal liberty
belief system
The basis on which beliefs are based. For example a religious belief system is based on faith and dogma whereas a scientific belief system is based on observation and reason
belief systems
plural form of belief system
belief system
The belief system of a person or society is the set of beliefs that they have about what is right and wrong and what is true and false. the belief systems of various ethnic groups
beggar belief
To appear implausible or unbelievable

It beggars belief to suppose that corporate policies can always pursue the best interests of a company.

beggar belief
(deyim) Be too extraordinary to be believed or described
beyond belief
not believable, incredible, miraculous, amazing
literal belief
Believing in a statement literally, often referring to Christian belief that the Bible is true, in the literal sense
make belief
The abstract quality of making believe
Trust in one's positive characteristics; self-confidence; self-worth
Contrary to popular belief
Something that you say before you make a statement that is the opposite of what most people believe
self belief
Confidence in your own abilities or judgment
Subjective ideas about what is true and not true for ourselves and the world, developed through exposure to experience, and modified by perceptual filters of distortion, generalisation and deletion A configuaration of submodalities that lets a person who holds content in those submodalities know that content is true for them
The cognitive knowledge people have of the relations among attributes, benefits, and objects
the word comes from Old English and means "that which is beloved" A belief is whatever is loved or is valued highly by an individual We all have beliefs that guide our interpretation of reality We all have beliefs that interpret our life-situation in selected ways
- Opinions about what is considered to be true and trustworthy
Assumptions and convictions that a person holds to be true regarding people, concepts, or things
Opinions, doctrines, or principles held to be true; may be stated as a philosophy, mission, vision, or within a strategic plan
plural of belief
The rules, attitudes, and assumptions we hold about ourselves, others, and the world around us The thoughts that express these beliefs
The generalizations we have made about causality, meaning, self, others, behaviors, identity, etc Our beliefs are what we take as being "true" at any moment Beliefs guide us guide us in perceiving and interpreting reality Beliefs relate closely to values NLP has several belief change patterns
confidence in the truth of something
fanatic belief
extreme or immoderate conviction, radical opinion
mistaken belief
erroneous belief, incorrect creed
Self-belief is confidence in your own abilities or judgment. = self-confidence
stress-producing belief
belief that causes pressure or tension
to the best of my belief
as well as i understand, as far as i know