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believe British & World English

Accept that (something) is true, especially without proof

believe English Thesaurus

I don't believe you

give someone to understand British & World English

Inform someone in a rather indirect way

believe me British & World English

Used to emphasize the truth of a statement

believe in British & World English

Have faith in the truth or existence of

make-believe British & World English

The action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are

make-believe English Thesaurus

if that was make-believe I can't wait to sample the real thing

would you believe ? British & World English

Used to express amazement about something

believe it or not British & World English

Used to concede that a statement is surprising

don't you believe it! British & World English

Used to express disbelief in the truth of a statement

believe something of in believe British & World English

Feel sure that (someone) is capable of doing something

be unable to believe one's luck British & World English

Be amazed by how lucky one is on a particular occasion

be unable to believe one's eyes British & World English

Be amazed by what one sees or hears

believe me in believe British & World English

Used to emphasize the truth of a statement

believe in in believe British & World English

Have faith in the truth or existence of

believe it or not in believe British & World English

Used to concede that a statement is surprising

would you believe ? in believe British & World English

Used to express amazement about something

believe me or believe you me in believe British & World English

Used to emphasize the truth of a statement

believe in in believe English Thesaurus

Lucy wasn't sure if she believed in God or not

don't you believe it! in believe British & World English

Used to express disbelief in the truth of a statement

give someone to understand in give British & World English

Inform someone in a rather indirect way

would you believe it? in believe British & World English

Used to express amazement about something

be unable to believe one's luck in believe British & World English

Be amazed by how lucky one is on a particular occasion

be unable to believe one's eyes in believe British & World English

Be amazed by what one sees or hears