Definition of leap of faith in English:

leap of faith

Syllabification: leap of faith

noun

An act of believing in or attempting something whose existence or outcome cannot be proved: anyone investing in new media today has to make a leap of faith taking a leap of faith is something every entrepreneur must do to uproot these children now requires a leap of faith

Origin

mid 19th century: translation of medieval Latin saltus fidei.

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