believe

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English - Turkish
inanmak

Yapmanız gereken bütün şey bana inanmaktır. - All you have to do is believe me.

Bu çocuk dünyanın düz olduğuna inanmaktadır. - This child believes that the earth is flat.

{f} inancı olmak
itimat etmek Believe me! Sözüme inan believableinanılır believeriman eden kimse
inanç duymak
{f} sanmak
zannetmek
güvenmek
varsaymak
inan

Ona ne kadar inanıyorsun? - How much do you believe him?

Çocukluğumda Noel Baba'ya inandım. - In my childhood, I believed in Santa Claus.

kani olmak
kanmak
"in" ile güvenmek
inanma

O, Ben'in sözlerine inanmadı. - He didn't believe Ben's words.

Ona inanmakla aptallık ettin. - It was stupid of you to believe in him.

{f} iman etmek, güçlü bir inanç duymak
güçlü bir inanç duymak
yemek

Parmaklarınızla yemek yemek sadece yüzyıllar boyu devam etmekle kalmadı, aynı zamanda bazı alimler onun tekrar popüler olabileceğine inanıyorlar. - Not only has eating with your fingers continued throughout the centuries, but some scholars believe that it may become popular again.

inanıyor
believer
{i} inanan

Tom gerçek bir inanan. - Tom is a true believer.

Sen bir inanansın, değil mi? - You're a believer, aren't you?

believe in
-e inanmak
believe in
-e güvenmek
believe in
itikat etmek
believe in god
allaha inanmak
believe in magic
büyüye inanmak
believe in someone
birine güvenmek
believe in superstitions
batıl inançları olmak
believe in superstitions
hurafelere inanmak
believe me!
sözüme inan!
believe me, i'm not lying you
gözüm çıksın ki
believe mistakenly that
yanılgıya düşmek
believe one's words
sözüne inanmak
believe someone guilty
suçlu olduğuna inanmak
believe something impossible
imkansız gözüyle bakmak
believe wholeheartedly
yürekten inanmak
believe in
inan

Katolik kilisesine inanmayan insanlar bile Papa'ya sembolik bir lider olarak saygı duyuyorlar. - Even people who don't believe in the Catholic church venerate the Pope as a symbolic leader.

Ona inanmakla aptallık ettin. - It was stupid of you to believe in him.

believe to be guilty
suçlu olduğuna inan
believe in me
bana inan
believe in me
inan bana
believe in me
kendime inanıyorum
believe to
inanıyorum
believe ıt or not
İster inan, ister inanma
believe in s.o
birine güvenmek
believe it or not
ister inan ister inanma
believe in
güvenmek
believe in
inanmak
believer
inançlı
believer
{i} iman eden kimse
believing
inançlı
make believe
-i (bir şey) olarak düşünmek/hayal etmek: Make believe you're a king. Kendini kral olarak düşün
believe in
inanmak (bir şeye)
believed
inanılan
believer
imanlı

Tanrı'nın Sözü'nü küçük bir grup imanlıya vaaz ediyor. - He was preaching God's Word to a small group of believers.

believing
itikatlı
believing
mümin
believing
cimri
believing
{i} inanış
believing
imanlı
i believe
inanırım
you have to see it to believe it
inanmak için görmen lazım
believed
{f} inan

Balinaların kendi diline sahip olduklarına inanılmaktadır. - It is believed that whales have their own language.

O, onu sevdiğini söylediğinde ona inandı. - She believed him when he said he loved her.

believer
mümin

Bu, müminlerin abdestlerini aldığı yer. - This is where the believers perform their ablutions.

Bir orgcu müminlerin bir şarkısına eşlik etti. - An organist accompanied the song of the believers.

believing
{f} inan

Tom Mary'nin söylediğine inanarak zor zaman geçiriyor. - Tom has a hard time believing anything Mary says.

Ona inanmak için onun iyi dayanakları var. - He has good grounds for believing that.

come to believe
inan
made believe
gibi davran
make believe
gibi davranmak
make believe
gibi davran
make believe
rolü yapmak
dont believe the hype
dont yutturmaca inanıyorum
hard to believe
inanmak zor
i believe so
öyle inanıyorum
led to believe
inandırdı
Believe me
Allah (seni) inandırsın
Believe me
Sözüme inan!
Believe me
emin ol
believer
inanlı
believer
iman sahibi
believers
müminler

Bu, müminlerin abdestlerini aldığı yer. - This is where the believers perform their ablutions.

Bir orgcu müminlerin bir şarkısına eşlik etti. - An organist accompanied the song of the believers.

believing
{i} kanma
believing
iman eden
believing
inanan
believing
(Hukuk) inanarak
believing
(isim) kanma
firmly believe
gerçekten inanmak
i believe i can pull this off
başaracağıma inanıyorum
i believe i will achieve
başaracağıma inanıyorum
i believe the bill is added up wrong
sanırım hesap yanlış toplanmış
i have come to believe that
şu kanaate vardım ki
make believe
inandırmak

Jane bir öğretmen olduğuna inandırmaktan hoşlanırdı. - Jane liked to make believe she was a teacher.

make believe
(Fiili Deyim ) kendine ... süsü vermek
not able to believe
inanamamak
not to believe
inanmamak
not to believe one's eyes
gözlerine inanamamak
really believe
gerçekten inanmak
would you believe it
İnanabiliyor musun
English - English
To accept as true without empirical evidence

I believe in faeries.

To have religious faith; to believe in a greater truth

After that night in the church, I believed.

To accept that someone is telling the truth

Why did I ever believe you?.

To accept as true

If you believe the numbers, you'll agree we need change.

To think something is true without having proof or empirical evidence

I believe there is life after death.

To consider likely

I believe it might rain tomorrow.(This definition is the same as to accept as true, but for a likely event might rain tomorrow).

to accept as true on the testimony or authority of others
If you believe that something is true, you think that it is true, but you are not sure. Experts believe that the coming drought will be extensive I believe you have something of mine The main problem, I believe, lies elsewhere We believe them to be hidden here in this apartment `You've never heard of him?' --- `I don't believe so.' = think
If you believe someone or if you believe what they say or write, you accept that they are telling the truth. He did not sound as if he believed her Don't believe what you read in the papers
{f} have faith in, think to be true
{v} to trust in, credit, have faith, think true
vt mempercayai (percaya)
accept as true; take to be true; "I believed his report"; "We didn't believe his stories from the War"; "She believes in spirits"
To have a firm persuasion, esp
be confident about something; "I believe that he will come back from the war
If you believe in fairies, ghosts, or miracles, you are sure that they exist or happen. If you believe in a god, you are sure of the existence of that god. I don't believe in ghosts Do you believe in magic?
be confident about something; "I believe that he will come back from the war"
follow a credo; have a faith; be a believer; "When you hear his sermons, you will be able to believe, too"
wierzyc [VYEH-zheetch] There's a word wieza, which means "steeple," so one way to think of this word would be to think of believers who go to church, or a steeple (Thanks Mom!) Date of entry: 30 April 2000
To accepting something as true, or possibly true [see True Believer [SD] ] without firm evidence Fundies confuse the meaning of the word belief [IEP] with the word "knowledge" and assume that because they have a belief [CE] about something, it must be true In spite of the frequent use of the word by Fundies, only the most educationally advanced among them are able to actually spell the word properly Many Fundies spell the word as "beleive" or "beleeve"
If you believe in someone or what they are doing, you have confidence in them and think that they will be successful. If you believe in yourself you can succeed
judge or regard; look upon; judge; "I think he is very smart"; "I believe her to be very smart"; "I think that he is her boyfriend"; "The racist conceives such people to be inferior"
BELIEVE is a modal operator in the language for representing logical forms BELIEVE and other operators like it have some unexpected properties such as failure of substitutivity For more details, read page 237 in Allen Page 542 ff provides yet more on belief in NLP (but this material is well beyond the needs of COMP9414)
Chia
To think; to suppose
To exercise belief in; to credit upon the authority or testimony of another; to be persuaded of the truth of, upon evidence furnished by reasons, arguments, and deductions of the mind, or by circumstances other than personal knowledge; to regard or accept as true; to place confidence in; to think; to consider; as, to believe a person, a statement, or a doctrine
emphasis If you say would you believe it, you are emphasizing your surprise about something. And would you believe it, he's younger than me!
If you believe in a way of life or an idea, you are in favour of it because you think it is good or right. He believed in marital fidelity
emphasis You can use believe you me to emphasize that what you are saying is true. It's absolutely amazing, believe you me
emphasis You can use believe it or not to emphasize that what you have just said is surprising. That's normal, believe it or not
feelings Believe is used in expressions such as I can't believe how or it's hard to believe that in order to express surprise, for example because something bad has happened or something very difficult has been achieved. Many officers I spoke to found it hard to believe what was happening around them
of the truths of religion; to have a persuasion approaching to certainty; to exercise belief or faith
credit with veracity; "You cannot believe this man"; "Should we believe a publication like the National Inquirer?"
v to think; to feel sure of; to accept as true; to trust
accept as true; take to be true; "I believed his report"; "We didn't believe his stories from the War"; "She believes in spirits" credit with veracity; "You cannot believe this man"; "Should we believe a publication like the National Inquirer?" follow a credo; have a faith; be a believer; "When you hear his sermons, you will be able to believe, too" be confident about something; "I believe that he will come back from the war
believe in
To ascribe some powers or other attributes to

Do you believe in Jesus?.

believe in
To have confidence in a person or entity's ability to accomplish or attain something

I believe in you, man! You can do it!.

believe in
To ascribe existence to

Do you believe in God? the Easter Bunny? ghosts?.

believe it or not
You may not believe the following, but it is true

The descending opening phrase of the aria is, believe it or not, Tatyana’s Fate theme from her Letter Scene, though now in a minor, not major key: ….

believe you me
An emphatic form of "believe me"; you had better believe me

Believe you me, said Meldon, she'll know how to manage him..

believe an apology is in order
think that an expression of regret is appropriate
believe in
have a firm conviction as to the goodness of something; "John believes in oat bran"
believe in
have a firm conviction as to the goodness of something; "John believes in oat bran
believe in
have faith in -
believe it or not
you won't believe this but, what I'm about to tell you is unbelievable yet true
be led to believe
be misled (either intentionally or unintentionally)
I believe you, thousands wouldn't
Used to indicate that the speaker does not put faith in something they have just heard
believer
A person who believes; especially regarding religion
do you believe in God
Used to ask whether the interlocutor believes in God
make believe
imaginary; conjured in someone's imagination, especially when imagined by a child
make believe
To pretend or imagine

Let's build a fort out of chairs and blankets and make believe we are pirates.

make believe
The act of pretending that what is imaginary is real
make-believe
The quality or act of pretending; assuming something is true when in fact one knows it is not

For to tell the truth I do.

making believe
Present participle of make believe
hard to believe
difficult to believe or imagine
believer
{n} one that believes, one that credits
I cannot believe my ears
I cannot believe that what I'm hearing is true
To believe
leve
To believe
credit
believed
past of believe
believer
If you are a great believer in something, you think that it is good, right, or useful. Mum was a great believer in herbal medicines
believer
One who was admitted to all the rights of divine worship and instructed in all the mysteries of the Christian religion, in distinction from a catechumen, or one yet under instruction
believer
One who gives credit to the truth of the Scriptures, as a revelation from God; a Christian; in a more restricted sense, one who receives Christ as his Savior, and accepts the way of salvation unfolded in the gospel
believer
a supporter who accepts something as true
believer
a person who has religious faith a supporter who accepts something as true
believer
One who believes; one who is persuaded of the truth or reality of some doctrine, person, or thing
believer
A believer is someone who is sure that God exists or that their religion is true. I made no secret of the fact that I was not a believer
believer
{i} one who has faith, one who believes
believer
a person who has religious faith
believers
plural of believer
believes
third-person singular of believe
believing
the cognitive process that leads to convictions; "seeing is believing
believing
That believes; having belief
believing
the cognitive process that leads to convictions; "seeing is believing"
believing
present participle of believe
believing
{i} faith, trust, confidence in
could not believe
was not able to believe, could not have faith in
couldn't believe his ears
could not believe what he heard, did not think what he heard was true
couldn't believe his eyes
could not believe what he saw, did not think what he saw was real
did not believe it
could not believe it, refused to suppose or think it
he couldn't bring himself to believe
hard for him to believe, hard for him to convince himself
led to believe
he was persuaded, he was made to think that - was true
made believe
pretended, played an imaginative game
make believe
pretend; imaginary; use the imagination
make believe
represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like; "She makes like an actress"
make-believe
imagined as in a play; "the make-believe world of theater"; "play money"; "dangling their legs in the water to catch pretend fish
make-believe
imagined as in a play; "the make-believe world of theater"; "play money"; "dangling their legs in the water to catch pretend fish"
make-believe
disapproval If someone is living in a make-believe world, they are pretending that things are better, different, or more exciting than they really are instead of facing up to reality. the glamorous make-believe world of show business
make-believe
the enactment of a pretense; "it was just pretend"
make-believe
imaginative intellectual play
make-believe
You use make-believe to describe things, for example in a play or film, that imitate or copy something real, but which are not what they appear to be. The violence in those films was too unreal, it was make-believe. when you imagine or pretend that something is real or true
make-believe
You use make-believe to refer to the activity involved when a child plays a game in which they pretend something, for example that they are someone else. She used to play games of make-believe with her elder sister. his make-believe playmate
there is reason to believe
there is cause to suppose such
was inclined to believe
tended to believe, was of the opinion, understood
world of make believe
imaginary world, fantasy world
Turkish - English

Definition of believe in Turkish English dictionary

naneye bak! Just look at what he's done!/Can you believe he's done this?
(said of someone who's committed a big gaffe, done something quite brazen, botched something up, etc.)
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