credence

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} inanç
inanma
doğru kabul etme
güven

Onun gözyaşları hikayeye daha güven verdi. - Her tears gave more credence to the story.

{i} itimat
emniyet
credence table
kutsama törenlerinde kullanılan masa
belief
{i} itikat
belief
{i} iman
belief
{i} inanış

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

belief
inan

Onun güçlü dini inançları vardı. - He had strong religious beliefs.

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

belief
kam
belief
doktrin
belief
{i} kanı
belief
{i} inanma
belief
{i} düşünce
belief
{i} güven
belief
{i} fikir
attach credence
kabul etmek
attach credence
inanmak
belief
itimat
give credence
inanmak
give credence
kabul etmek
letters of credence
güven mektubu
belief
{i} inanç

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

Onun güçlü dini inançları vardı. - He had strong religious beliefs.

lend credence to
Bir şeye inandırıcılık katmak
letter of credence
güven mektubu
give credence to
-e inanmak
give credence to
(Fiili Deyim ) -e inanmak , -a itimat etmek
give credence to
güvenmek
give credence to
inanmak
lend credence (to)
prim vermek
lend credence (to)
inanılırlık sağlamak
Englisch - Englisch
To give credence to; to believe
A small table or credenza used in certain Christian religious services
Credential or supporting material for a person or claim

He presented us with a letter of credence.

Acceptance of a belief or claim as true, especially on the basis of evidence

Based on the scientific data, I give credence to this hypothesis.

belief
{n} belief, assent, credit, reputation
Reliance of the mind on evidence of facts derived from other sources than personal knowledge; belief; credit; confidence
{i} belief that something is true, faith, confidence
a kind of sideboard or buffet
the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true; "he gave credence to the gossip"; "acceptance of Newtonian mechanics was unquestioned for 200 years"
If something lends or gives credence to a theory or story, it makes it easier to believe. Good studies are needed to lend credence to the notion that genuine progress can be made in this important field. = credibility
If you give credence to a theory or story, you believe it. You're surely not giving any credence to this story of Hythe's?. the acceptance of something as true give credence to sth (=to believe or accept something as true) (credentia, from credere )
The small table by the side of the altar or communion table, on which the bread and wine are placed before being consecrated
A cupboard, sideboard, or cabinet, particularly one intended for the display of rich vessels or plate, and consisting chiefly of open shelves for that purpose
That which gives a claim to credit, belief, or confidence; as, a letter of credence
letter of credence
An official document conveying the credentials of a diplomatic envoy to a foreign government. Also called letters of credence
letter of credence
letter of recommendation
credence
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