fe


fe
f.
1 faith (creencia, confianza).
la fe católica the Catholic faith
hacer algo de buena fe to do something in good faith
tener fe en to have faith in, to believe in
la fe mueve montañas faith can move mountains
2 certificate (document).
fe de bautismo baptismal certificate
fe de erratas errata
3 Fe, iron.
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fe
nombre femenino
1 faith
2 DERECHO (certificado) certificate
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FRASEOLOGÍA
de buena fe in good faith, with good intentions
lo hizo de buena fe, pensando que nos ayudaría he did it in good faith thinking it would help us
de mala fe dishonestly, with dishonest intentions
tener una fe ciega to have blind faith (en, in)
fe de bautismo baptism certificate
fe de matrimonio marriage certificate
fe de erratas errata plural
fe de vida document proving that SB is still alive
la fe cristiana the Christian faith
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noun f.
1) faith
2) belief
3) testimony
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SF ABR
( Hist) = Falange Española

FE de las JONS —

= Falange Española de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional-Sindicalista
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femenino
1) (Relig) faith; (creencia, confianza) faith

puse toda mi fe en ti — I put all my trust in you

le tiene una fe ciega — he has absolute o blind faith in it

2) (frml) (testimonio)

dar fe de algo — to testify to something

doy fe de que el documento es auténtico — I bear witness to the authenticity of the document

3) (voluntad, intención)

buena/mala fe — good/bad faith

actuar de buena/mala fe — to act in good/bad faith

no dudo de su buena fe — I don't doubt his good intentions

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= faith, shibboleth.
Ex. This may be seen as a good or a bad thing, depending on your faith in the market forces and laisser-faire of Prestel or the benign dictatorship of the BBC and ITV.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Shibboleth and substance in North American library and information science education'.
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* acto de fé = act of faith.
* actuar de buena fe = act in + good faith.
* buena fe = goodwill [good will].
* crisis de fe = crisis of faith.
* dar fe = attest, certify.
* dar fe de = testify (to/of), vouch (for), be testimony to.
* dar fe de que = attest to + the fact that.
* de buena fe = bona fide, in good faith.
* fe católica = Catholic faith.
* fe ciega = blind faith, blind trust.
* fe de erratas = corrigenda [sing. corrigendum], errata [erratum, -sing.], errata slip, errata sheet.
* fe religiosa = religious faith.
* la fe mueve montañas = faith will move mountains.
* obrar de buena fe = act in + good faith.
* perder la fe = lose + Posesivo + faith.
* salto de fe = leap of faith.
* tener fe = have + faith (in).
* tener fe en = have + faith (in).
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femenino
1) (Relig) faith; (creencia, confianza) faith

puse toda mi fe en ti — I put all my trust in you

le tiene una fe ciega — he has absolute o blind faith in it

2) (frml) (testimonio)

dar fe de algo — to testify to something

doy fe de que el documento es auténtico — I bear witness to the authenticity of the document

3) (voluntad, intención)

buena/mala fe — good/bad faith

actuar de buena/mala fe — to act in good/bad faith

no dudo de su buena fe — I don't doubt his good intentions

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= faith, shibboleth.

Ex: This may be seen as a good or a bad thing, depending on your faith in the market forces and laisser-faire of Prestel or the benign dictatorship of the BBC and ITV.

Ex: The article is entitled 'Shibboleth and substance in North American library and information science education'.
* acto de fé = act of faith.
* actuar de buena fe = act in + good faith.
* buena fe = goodwill [good will].
* crisis de fe = crisis of faith.
* dar fe = attest, certify.
* dar fe de = testify (to/of), vouch (for), be testimony to.
* dar fe de que = attest to + the fact that.
* de buena fe = bona fide, in good faith.
* fe católica = Catholic faith.
* fe ciega = blind faith, blind trust.
* fe de erratas = corrigenda [sing. corrigendum], errata [erratum, -sing.], errata slip, errata sheet.
* fe religiosa = religious faith.
* la fe mueve montañas = faith will move mountains.
* obrar de buena fe = act in + good faith.
* perder la fe = lose + Posesivo + faith.
* salto de fe = leap of faith.
* tener fe = have + faith (in).
* tener fe en = have + faith (in).

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fe
feminine
A
1 (Relig) faith
abrazar la fe cristiana to embrace the Christian faith
ha perdido la fe she has lost her faith
2 (creencia, confianza) faith
tener fe en Dios to have faith in God
había puesto toda mi fe en ti I had put all my trust in you
le tiene una fe ciega he has absolute o blind faith in it
Compuesto:
fe del carbonero
la fe del carbonero blind faith
B (frml)
(testimonio): dar fe de algo to testify to sth
doy fe de su honestidad I can testify to o vouch for his honesty
doy fe de que el documento es auténtico I bear witness to the authenticity of the document, I certify that the document is authentic
en fe de todo ello (frml); in witness hereof (frml)
a fe mía (arc); upon my soul (arch)
Compuestos:
fe de bautismo
certificate of baptism
fe de erratas or errores
errata
fe de soltería
document certifying that a person is not married
fe de vida
document certifying that a person is still alive
C
(voluntad, intención): buena/mala fe good/bad faith
actuar de buena/mala fe to act in good/bad faith
no dudo de su buena fe I don't doubt his good intentions
lo hizo con la mejor fe del mundo he did it with the best of intentions
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fe sustantivo femenino
a) (Relig) faith;

(creencia, confianza) faith;
tener fe en algo/algn to have faith in sth/sb;

puse toda mi fe en ti I put all my trust in you
b) (intención):

no dudo de su buena fe I don't doubt his good intentions;

actuar de buena/mala fe to act in good/bad faith
fe sustantivo femenino
1 faith
de buena/mala fe, in good/bad faith
2 (documento oficial) certificate
fe de bautismo, baptism certificate
3 Impr fe de erratas, (list of) errata
4 (testimonio) dar fe, to testify
'fe' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
confianza
- creer
- descreída
- descreído
- ciego
- confiar
- desmoronarse
- ferviente
- inquebrantable
- obrar
- vacilar
English:
affair
- attest
- barefaced
- belief
- believe in
- blind
- bona fide
- buffet
- Cellophane
- consolation
- deface
- defame
- efface
- fable
- face
- faceless
- facelift
- facial
- facing
- fade
- faded
- fail
- failing
- failsafe
- failure
- faint
- faint-hearted
- fainting
- faintly
- faintness
- fair
- fair-haired
- fair-skinned
- fairground
- fairly
- fairminded
- fairmindedness
- fairness
- fairy
- fairyland
- fairylights
- faith
- faithful
- faithfully
- faithfulness
- faithless
- fake
- fame
- famous
- famously
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fe nf
1. [creencia] faith;
Comp
la fe mueve montañas faith can move mountains;
Comp
la fe obra milagros faith can work miracles
Comp
la fe del carbonero blind o unquestioning faith;
fe ciega blind faith;
tiene una fe ciega en ese medicamento he has absolute faith in that medicine
2. [religión] faith;
la fe católica/islámica the Catholic/Islamic faith
3. [confianza] faith, confidence;
ser digno de fe to be credible;
tener fe en to have faith in, to believe in;
hay que tener fe en el médico one must have confidence in one's doctor
4. [documento] certificate
Comp
fe de bautismo baptismal certificate;
fe de erratas errata [plural];
fe de vida = certificate testifying that owner is still alive
5. [palabra de honor]
dar fe de que [sujeto: notario] to certify that;
doy fe de que ocurrió así I confirm that this is how it happened;
Anticuado
a fe mía on my word (of honour)
6. [intención]
buena/mala fe good/bad faith;
hacer algo de buena/mala fe to do sth in good/bad faith;
no pongo en duda su buena fe I don't doubt her good intentions
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fe
f
1 faith (en in);
tener fe en believe in, have faith in;
la fe mueve montañas faith moves mountains
2 (intención)
:
de buena/mala fe in good/bad faith
3
:
dar fe de testify to;
dar fe de que vouch for the fact that; JUR testify that
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fe nf
1) : faith
2) : assurance, testimony
dar fe de: to bear witness to
3) : intention, will
de buena fe: bona fide, in good faith
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fe n faith
tengan fe en mí have faith in me / trust me

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.


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