Word: credence

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Synonyms: credence

belief, faith, trust, confidence, reliance, credibility, plausibility, believability, credit, acceptance, credenza

Translations: credence

spanish
creencia


german
glaube

french
créance, foi, buffet, confiance, religion

italian
credito, credenza, credibilità, fede

portuguese
crédito, credibilidade, credenciais, crença

dutch
geloof, geloofsbrieven, geloofwaardigheid, geloofwaardig, geloof te

russian
жертвенник, вера, доверие

norwegian
troverdighet, tilslutning, tiltro, lit

swedish
tilltro, trovärdighet, kreditivbrev, trovärdiga

finnish
usko, uskoa, uskottavuutta, luotettavina, luottamukseen

danish
tiltro, lid, troværdighed, akkreditiver, tog imod

czech
kredenc, víra, důvěra, důvěryhodnost

polish
zaufanie, kredens, wiara

hungarian
hitel, megbízólevél, hitelt, bizalmi, hitelük

turkish
güven, itimat, inancı, itimada dayalı

greek
πίστη, διαπιστευτήρια, αξιοπιστία, πειστική

ukrainian
довіра, віра, довіру, довір'я, жертовник

albanian
besim, besueshmëri

bulgarian
доверие

belarusian
давер

estonian
tõsiseltvõetavus, usutavus

croatian
povjerenje, vjera, pouzdanje

icelandic
CREDENCE

lithuanian
patikėjimas, aukuras, Doktrina, įtikinamu

latvian
ticība, uzticība, uzticēties, uzticības jautājums

macedonian
доверба, поуверлива, кредибилитет, писма, верба

romanian
crezare, credibilitate, acreditare, acreditare în

slovenian
víra

slovak
viera, viery, vieru

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The meaning and "use of": credence

noun
  • belief in or acceptance of something as true.
  • a small side table, shelf, or niche in a church for holding the elements of the Eucharist before they are consecrated.

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