keep faith with someone


keep faith with someone
keep faith with (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something.

It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • keep faith with someone — keep faith with (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with something — keep faith with (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something. It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with — (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something. It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with something — keep faith with (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with — (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with — BE LOYAL TO, be faithful to, be true to, stand by, stick by, keep one s promise to. → faith * * * keep faith with phrase to continue to support a person or idea even when this is difficult Thesaurus: to support an idea, plan or personsynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • faith — [[t]fe͟ɪθ[/t]] ♦♦♦ faiths 1) N UNCOUNT: usu N in n If you have faith in someone or something, you feel confident about their ability or goodness. She had placed a great deal of faith in Mr Penleigh... People have lost faith in the British… …   English dictionary

  • faith — W2 [feıθ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(trust/confidence in somebody/something)¦ 2¦(religion)¦ 3 break faith with somebody/something 4 keep faith with somebody/something 5 good faith 6 bad faith 7 an act of faith ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin:… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • faith — [ feıθ ] noun *** 1. ) uncount strong belief in or trust of someone or something: have faith in: I m delighted to know you have such faith in me. lose faith in: The public have lost faith in what the government is doing. put your faith in… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • faith */*/*/ — UK [feɪθ] / US noun Word forms faith : singular faith plural faiths 1) [uncountable] strong belief in or trust of someone or something have faith in: I m delighted to know you have such faith in me. lose faith in: The public have lost faith in… …   English dictionary