faithfully

listen to the pronunciation of faithfully
Englisch - Türkisch
içtenlikle
müridane
orijinaline sadık kalarak
mümince
inanarak
imanla
sadakatle

Ülkeme sadakatle hizmet edeceğim. - I will serve my country faithfully.

Tom görevlerini sadakatle gerçekleştirdi. - Tom performed his duties faithfully.

tam olarak
kati olarak
doğrulukla
bağlılıkla
dürüstçe
inançla
şiddetle
samimi olarak
tam olarak/sadakatla
güvenilir bir biçimde
faith
{i} inanç

İnanç her şeyi mümkün kılar....aşk her şeyi kolaylaştırır. - Faith makes all things possible.... love makes all things easy.

Mevcut sisteme inançlarını kaybettiler. - They lost faith in the existing system.

faith
iman

Allah'a imanın varsa, tüm beş duyunu kontrol edip huzurlu bir uzun yaşam sürebilirsin. - If you have faith in God,You can control all five senses and live a peaceful longlife

Hristiyan inancında, imanlıların inancına göre, tek bir tanrının vardır ve İsa tanrının oğludur. - In the Christian faith, followers believe that there is only one God, and Jesus Christ is the Son of God.

faith
güven

Çeviri bir kadın gibidir. Güzelse güvenilir değildir. Güvenilirse kesinlikle güzel değildir. - Translation is like a woman. If it is beautiful, it is not faithful. If it is faithful, it is most certainly not beautiful.

Kendinize olan güveni asla kaybetmeyin... Yapmak istediğiniz her şeyi yapabilirsiniz. - Never lose faith in yourself. You can do everything you want to do.

faithfully yours
sadakatle seninki
faithfully, devotedly, loyally
sadakatle, özveriyle, sadakatle
faithfully, loyally
sadakatle, sadakatle
faith
bağlılık
faith
niyet
faith
vefa

Köpeklerin vefakarlığı bizi etkiler. - Dogs' faithfulness impresses us.

faith
hıyanet
faith
güçlü inanç
faith
(Politika, Siyaset) inanma
faith
inan

Diğer bir deyişle, o bir inanç adamı. - In other words, he is a man of faith.

Benden başka bütün üyelerin onun söylediğine inancı vardı. - All the members but me have faith in what he says.

faith
şeref sözü
faith
güvenç
faith
itikat
faith
din

O, dinozorun sadık minyatürüne baktı. - He stared at the faithful miniature of the dinosaur.

Kız kardeşinin aksine, o, ebeveynlerinin ona verdiği dini inancı korudu. - Unlike his sister, he has retained the religious faith his parents brought him up in.

faith
sadakat

Sen sadakatı nasıl tanımlardın? - How would you define faithfulness?

Sadakat bir erdemdir. - Faithfulness is a virtue.

faith
itikad
faith
imanı
abide faithfully
(Politika, Siyaset) sadakatle bağlı kalmak
faith
sadakât

Sadakat bir erdemdir. - Faithfulness is a virtue.

Ülkeme sadakatle hizmet edeceğim. - I will serve my country faithfully.

faith
faith in God Tanrıya inanış
faith
faith healer itikatla hastalığı iyi ettiğini iddia eden kimse
faith
{i} söz

Sözüne sadık olmalısın. - You must be faithful to your word.

faith
Allaha iman
faith
{i} güven, itimat
faith
faith cure itikatla şifa bulma
faith
bad faith kötü niyet
faith
vâât
promise faithfully
kati olarak söz vermek
yours faithfully
saygılarımla
Englisch - Englisch
A conventional formula for ending a letter, used when the salutation addresses the person for whom the letter is intended using an honorific
In a faithful manner

I have been faithfully married for the past twenty years.

{a} honestly, sincerely, truly, steadily
When you start a formal or business letter with `Dear Sir' or `Dear Madam', you write Yours faithfully before your signature at the end. see also faithful
in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio
in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio"
loyally; devotedly; accurately; credibly; truly
Faith
A female given name

Don't like the name, don't like it. There's no sneddum to it. Besides, it makes me think of my Aunt Jinny. She called her three girls Faith, Hope and Charity. Faith didn't believe in anything - Hope was a born pessimist - and Charity was a miser. You ought to be called Red Rose - you look like one when you're mad.

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A religious belief system

The Christian faith has been spread by proselytizing.

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An obligation of loyalty or fidelity
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Belief and trust in the Christian God's promises revealed through Christ in the New Testament

Faith is the assured expectation of things hoped for, the evident demonstration of realities though not beheld. (Hebrews 11:1 NWT).

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A trust or confidence in the intentions or abilities of a person, object, or ideal

I have faith in the goodness of my fellow man.

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Mental acceptance of and confidence in a claim as truth without evidence supporting the claim (e.g. a superstition) or disregarding all evidence to the contrary (e.g. a delusion)

I have faith in the healing power of crystals.

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A feeling, conviction or belief that something is true, real, or will happen

Have faith that the criminal justice system will avenge the murder.

yours faithfully
a polite formula to end a letter, especially when the recipient's name is unknown to the sender, for example in a business letter
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{n} belief, fidelity, honesty, truth, promise
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given name, female
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fey
carries out faithfully
executes loyally, completes dependably
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Genus: Belief Differentia: Accepted without reason or evidence and often in spite of evidence Link: Article
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By my faith; in truth; verily
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{i} belief in a particular thing or person; religion; trust, confidence; loyalty
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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; "keep the faith"; "they broke faith with their investors"
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The gift of Faith is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to discern with extraordinary confidence the will & purpose of God (see 1 Corinthians 12: 9, Acts 11: 22-24, Acts 27: 21-25, Heb 11, Romans 4: 18-21)
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If you do something in good faith, you seriously believe that what you are doing is right, honest, or legal, even though this may not be the case. This report was published in good faith but we regret any confusion which may have been caused
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Credibility or truth
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complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
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acceptance of ideals, beliefs, etc , which are not necessarily demonstrable through experimentation or reason
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Faith is trust You are sitting in a chair, and have faith that it won't drop you to the floor Trust is established through experience At some point you were introduced to chairs, and learned that (except in rare occasions) they won't let you down Maybe it was scary sitting on the first chair, but then again, you'd seen others sit on it In my experience God reveals His character to us, and then asks us to trust him, to believe His words, to rely on his plans and his guidance We learn that God does not let us down, and our faith in him, or our ability to put our trust in him grows (Faith is a process, and something that moves us to action Faith is not an intellectual concept) i e I have faith that there is a god Well, you could believe that there is a god, but not actually allow that to affect your life (like many people who haven't met God yet ) Faith without actions is dead (James) This is because true faith affects our actions
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If you keep faith with someone you have made a promise to or something you believe in, you continue to support them even when it is difficult to do so. He has made one of the most powerful American films of the year by keeping faith with his radical principles. see also article of faith, leap of faith. faith healing Ringgold Faith Thirteen Articles of Faith Thirteen Principles of Faith
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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; "keep the faith"; "they broke faith with their investors" complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
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Faith is strong religious belief in a particular God. Umberto Eco's loss of his own religious faith is reflected in his novels
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The assent of the mind to the statement or proposition of another, on the ground of the manifest truth of what he utters; firm and earnest belief, on probable evidence of any kind, especially in regard to important moral truth
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A trust in the intentions or abilities of a person or object
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A religious belief or set of beliefs that are accepted without any sign of hesitation Personal loyalty and commitment are essential in order to hold a true faith
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institution to express belief in a divine power; "he was raised in the Baptist religion"; "a member of his own faith contradicted him"
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The Faith is the whole body of revealed Christian truth, which is accepted and believed by Christians Faith is believing and trusting For Christians it implies an acceptance of God's Word and obedience to it
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To believe in absense of or despite evidence
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That which is believed on any subject, whether in science, politics, or religion; especially Theol
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a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
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Beliefs that cannot be proven by science or observation
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If you have faith in someone or something, you feel confident about their ability or goodness. She had placed a great deal of faith in Mr Penleigh People have lost faith in the British Parliament. = confidence
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(pistis) being reliable, honoring comittments To have faith in God is to live and act on the basis of the supposition that God is trustworthy Not a feeling, but actions
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"Faith" is the spiritual state associated with the inner experience of the highest of the three "heads" of keter, the riesha dlo ityada ("unknowable head")
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The observance of such an obligation
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Mental acceptance of and confidence in a claim as truth without proof supporting the claim
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Mormon: (1) The belief that God exists and has given a good plan of salvation (Mormonism) (2) The power God gives Mormons whereby they can resist sin and become perfect "But he must believe the truth, obey the truth, and practice the truth, to obtain the power of God called faith" (Past Living Prophet and President Brigham Young quoted in Teachings of Presidents of the Church Brigham Young p 56) The more righteous a person is, the more power (faith) God will give him "To those who have not begun the quest of comprehension, the word faith appears to be only a synonym for a kind of belief or conviction It is a principle of power" (Sharing the Gospel Manual, p 82) Christian: The sure hope of our deliverance from death to eternal life in heaven Faith is a gift of the Holy Spirit
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is the total complex of one's ideals, principles, and beliefs regarding all fundamental matters of life and the self Faith lives in our cognitions about religious teachings or doctrines These include the identity of God, the content of Sacred Scriptures which record God's revelations to humans, the explanations in creeds, doctrinal classes, sermons, commentaries to the Word, and the various attitudes and opinions we hold regarding God, death, the Commandments, abortion, crime, altruism, war, and anything relating to religion, church, sacraments, education, customs
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From the Hebrew aman, be firm, true; and Latin fides, trust, confidence 1 In the Hebrew scriptures, God was always true to his people and was called the Faithful One In the Christian writings, faith was the way people let go of self-interest and believed in Jesus and his teachings, and then remained faithful to them Faith is a gift from God that allows people to believe and trust in his love and protection 2 A system of religious belief: the Jewish faith, the Christian faith etc
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Belief; the assent of the mind to the truth of what is declared by another, resting solely and implicitly on his authority and veracity; reliance on testimony
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Fidelity to one's promises, or allegiance to duty, or to a person honored and beloved; loyalty
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to place ones trust and confidence in something or someone When God wanted to find out how much Abraham trusted Him, He asked Abraham to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac Today people show their faith or absolute trust in God by believing what He has said in His Word, the Bible When they do, they accept Him as Lord of their lives In the book of Hebrews, God lists men and women who lived by faith Ephesians 2: 8
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a rational attitude towards a potential object of knowledge which arises when we are subjectively certain it is true even though we are unable to gain theo訃etical or objective certainty By contrast, knowledge implies objective and subjective certainty, while opinion is the state of having neither objective nor subjective certainty Kant encouraged a more humble approach to philoso計hy by claiming to deny knowledge in order to make room for faith-i e , by dis限tinguishing between what we can know empirically and what is transcen苓ent, which we can approach only by means of faith
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a religion, or any of the recognized communities of religious belief
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Word or honor pledged; promise given; fidelity; as, he violated his faith
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The ability to discern with extraordinary confidence the will and purpose of God, and to propel the body of believers into actively claiming the promises of the Lord Acts 11: 22-24, Romans 4: 18-21, I Corinthians 12: 9, Hebrews 11
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in faith in truth; indeed
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A system of religious belief
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complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust"
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A faith is a particular religion, for example Christianity, Buddhism, or Islam. England shifted officially from a Catholic to a Protestant faith in the 16th century
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To trust, to believe A gift of God to those who respond to him An ability to believe God and to trust Him in the circumstances of life This is possible by the power of the Holy Spirit, working in unison with our will and desires orientated to God
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a system of religious belief of any kind; as, the Jewish or Mohammedan faith; and especially, the system of truth taught by Christ; as, the Christian faith; also, the creed or belief of a Christian society or church
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The belief in the historic truthfulness of the Scripture narrative, and the supernatural origin of its teachings, sometimes called historical and speculative faith
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The belief in the facts and truth of the Scriptures, with a practical love of them; especially, that confiding and affectionate belief in the person and work of Christ, which affects the character and life, and makes a man a true Christian, called a practical, evangelical, or saving faith
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If you break faith with someone you made a promise to or something you believed in, you stop acting in a way that supports them. If we don't, we're breaking faith with our people!
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n a) belief and trust in and loyalty to God; belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion b) firm belief in something for which there is no proof; complete trust
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Belief that does not require proof or evidence Complete reliance or trust System of religious beliefs
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A feeling or belief, that something is true, real, or will happen
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Aceptance of ideals, beliefs, etc , which are not necessarily demonstrable through experimentation or reason
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Belief and trust in the Christian Gods promises revealed through Christ in the New Testament
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n 1 For Mennonites, the belief in the sovereignty of God over Creation, the redemptive love of his son Jesus Christ, and the present power of the Holy Spirit 2 What Mennonites consider the key requirement for salvation See also works
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The unquestioning belief in God and in testimony
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"Belief without evidence in what is told, by one who speaks without knowledge, of things without parallel " [DD] The classic Christian statement regarding Faith [CE] is found in the New Testament Epistle to the Hebrews [Heb 11: 1ff] [BLB]
yours faithfully
loyally at your service
faithfully
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