have faith in


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have faith in someone

to believe someone; to trust someone to do or be what is claimed. I have faith in you. I know you will try your best. We have faith in you and know you can do the job well.
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s wail as counter-revolutionary carping and offering only the advice to be patient and have faith in the socialism to come.
He taught me to have faith in the integrity of my inner voices, the characters who danced before my eyes, the integration of performance and cognition.
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