Translation of belief in Spanish:


creencia, n.

Pronunciation /bəˈlif/ /bɪˈliːf/


  • 1

    (conviction, opinion)
    creencia feminine
    it is my belief that he lied to us creo que nos mintió
    • As it's quite a religious belief, many people don't believe there is an Afterlife.
    • It invoked religious beliefs not only to understand different histories but also to change it.
    • I wanted to learn more about the traditional core beliefs of Japanese religious life.
    • It's not that I dislike the idea of religion or being a part of one, I just dont have any religious beliefs of my own.
    • Neither do I have a problem in general with people who wish to follow religious beliefs.
    • They include questions about attendance in places of worship and religious beliefs.
    • Many of his paintings were inspired by his religious beliefs, featuring Voodoo scenes and symbols.
    • Their religious beliefs also play a big part in why the civilization was so great.
    • They give many people the freedom to be open and honest about their religious beliefs.
    • Religious beliefs influence too many aspects of life to be ignored.
    • Of course his religious beliefs greatly influenced all his thinking.
    • He was served food that his religious beliefs did not allow him to consume.
    • However, many of these groups also adhere to their traditional religious beliefs.
    • However, owing to religious beliefs, she refused and died two days later.
    • The headscarf in my view is both a religious practice for some Muslims as well as being a symbol of your religious beliefs.
    • One can also learn more about the religious beliefs and practices of these families.
    • Some think their lives here and now are affected by their religious beliefs and practices.
    • Religious belief is certainly no barrier to being part of such a project.
    • Ordinary common beliefs, and belief in the existence of other minds, are still excluded.
    • I was never one myself and shared his opinions about their beliefs and customs even at that time.
    • I do not suffer fools gladly and I have been known to be opinionated and defend my beliefs strongly.
    • Human beings are worthy of the highest respect, but not all opinions and beliefs are worthy of respect and tolerance.
    • Language can be used to distort our beliefs and opinion of an individual.
    • Contrary to popular belief, simply bringing up suicide will not put the idea in their head.
    • Contrary to popular belief, the adverts will not feature a blaring soundtrack or other audio.
    • Contrary to popular belief, they are actually great as part of a healthy balanced diet.
    • She is a portrait painter and, contrary to popular belief, this is not a dead art.
    • She makes you uncomfortable because she is forever challenging you to fight for your beliefs.
    • Contrary to all our beliefs and the stories we heard, I saw a very warm and a friendly family.
    • Contrary to popular belief, the bird's nests are not found in the faces of cliffs but in caves.
    • Contrary to popular belief it is not always the thought of more money that is the main motivator.
    • Explore ideas, beliefs and activities that will challenge you and take you out of your comfort zone.
    • Times change and people's beliefs and outlooks on life also change.
    • Today I met someone who spent much of our encounter telling me about him - his life, his views and beliefs.
    • But powerfully and convincingly, he set out his heartfelt belief that he did what was right.
    • Don't attempt to capitalise on your mistaken belief that I do not understand this situation as well as you.
    • I have a great belief that particular things, or people, are put in front of us at particular times for a reason.
    • Worst of all, it enhances the belief that we should expect little of the poem and of poets.
    • As a consumer, it is my belief that you should be able to investigate the background of all that you buy.
    • For example, it is the widespread belief that the victims have only themselves to blame.
  • 2

    belief in sb/sth confianza en algn/algo
    fe en algn/algo
    • In times of stress or pain many of us derive comfort from a strong and deep-rooted belief in our faith.
    • What the team is short of most of all is self confidence and belief in their own ability.
    • My strength is my confidence and belief in my ability, and the manner in which I back myself.
    • His tireless passion and strong belief in our campaign has been an ongoing inspiration to all of us.
    • First, you need to have absolute passion and total belief in what you are trying to achieve.
    • What marks out so many of these producers is their passionate belief in what they do.
    • I think we need to help teenagers to have good self-esteem and a belief in themselves.
    • She was a very strong woman who worked really hard to make sure we all had belief in ourselves.
    • I believe we can do it, there is a high level of motivation and a strong belief in the squad.
    • It appealed to her belief in good management and organisation as the means to achieving targets.
    • His advice to aspiring entrepreneurs is to have belief in their chosen project and to act on it quickly.
    • Our opponents try to portray our belief in smaller government as not caring about those in need.
    • The numbers started going down and, with that, obviously my belief in how easy it was going to be.
    • I had lost all belief in myself, which was more upsetting given how well I had started.
    • He had absolute belief in himself and his methods, and wasn't afraid to say so to anybody.
    • The players seem to have lost belief in themselves and only good leadership can bring it back.
    • You don't get to the top without possessing an innate belief in your own superiority.
    • There was a vibe in the squad that I hadn't seen, and a belief in what we were doing as a team.
    • There was a lack of belief in what could be done here, both with the pupils and staff.
    • It is a political act and a clear expression of a belief in a different way of doing things.
  • 3

    fe feminine
    the miracle served to strengthen his belief el milagro fortaleció su fe
    • people of different beliefs gente de distinta fe / de distintas creencias
    • he did not share her belief in God a diferencia de ella, él no creía en Dios