- to be confident of; to be confident that
- As a professional mould manufacturer we welcome challenges ahead and have out confidence is a move splendid future.
- 9but We are not of those who shrink back to ruin but of them who have faith to the gaining of the soul.
- The minister had stressed on the need for reform in personal income tax to redistribute wealth more effectively.
- The final member of group a's quartet is ecuador whose reliance on a solid defensive wall means they may prove to be a tough obstacle for their higher profile opponents in the opening phase.
- China's moon probe is independent and developed by ourselves.after more than three years'efforts we have confidence in the project's success "hao said.
- But only about a half-mile of bike lanes on massachusetts avenue ne from sixth to llth streets has been striped this year mr.sebastian said it's unlikely the city will meet the10-mile goal but he remains confident it will have50miles striped in five years.
- Lk. 17:6but The lord said if you have faith like a mustard seed you would have said to this sycamine tree be uprooted and be planted in the sea; and it would have obeyed you.
- The rest of the team will be built to unpick a tight liverpool unit but not give too much away-chelsea will always fancy our chances at anfield after performances like last season's4-1demolition job.
- Regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in.
- He felt confident that he could overcome his limitations and achieve even greater succuss.
- They have confidence in themselves.
- After two days of sharp selloffs daiwan's stock market rebounded when the government stepped in to boost market confidence with a nt$ 500billion national stabilization fund.
- This time the welshman is confident united have the players-and perhaps more importantly the maturity of those players-to be consistent and compete with the premiership's top teams.
- This seemed to reassure him and he continued more confidently.
- But the lord said if you have faith like a mustard seed you would have said to this sycamine tree be uprooted and be planted in the sea; and it would have obeyed you.