have faith in
have faith in (someone or something)
To have confidence in someone or something. I know you'll pass this test—I have faith in you. After being a lawyer for so many years, do you still have faith in the legal system?
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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- have faith in (someone or something)
- have confidence in
- have confidence in (someone or something)
- set great store by
- set great store by (something or someone)
- lay store by (something or someone)
- lay store in (something or someone)
- one of the faithful
- not take stock in (something)
- give up on (someone or something)