keep faith with


keep faith with
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?


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  • 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 — 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

  • keep faith with — Mrs. Grimes has always kept faith with everyone in my department Syn: be loyal to, be faithful to, be true to, stand by, stick by, keep one s promise to …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • keep faith with — to continue to support a person or idea even when this is difficult …   English dictionary

  • 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

  • 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 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 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 somebody — break/keep faith with sb idiom to break/keep a promise that you have made to sb; to stop/continue being loyal to sb Main entry: ↑faithidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep faith — phrasal : to observe and live up to one s moral commitments (to something) : show steady loyalty often used with with keep faith with one s religion keep faith with one s children * * * keep faith To act honestly, according to one s promise… …   Useful english dictionary