1) to believe firmly, sincerely, strongly; mistakenly

2) (D; intr.) to believe in (to believe in ghosts)

3) (D; tr.) to believe of (I can't believe it of him)

4) (L) we believe that she will come

5) (M) they all believe the story to be true

6) (misc.) I believe so; I believe not

* * *
(L) we believe that she will come
(M) they all believe the story to be true
(misc.) I believe so
to believe firmly
believe not
(D; tr.) to believe of (I can't believe it of him)
(D; intr.) to believe in (to believe in ghosts)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.


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