Believes [verb]

Definition of Believes:

trust, rely on

Opposite/Antonyms of Believes:

Sentence/Example of Believes:

Once I started using this model, I couldn’t believe how much diarrhea, vomiting, and general malaise I had put myself through to avoid the simple three-minute process of filtering my water.

The state was plunged into one of the strictest lockdowns in the world on Thursday, after contact tracers believed a man became infected after buying a takeaway pizza.

Though it was ultimately stripped from the bill, Choi believes blockchain and crypto will find success in Washington.

On the acquisition side, the company plans to buy only profitable businesses with $2 million to $20 million in revenue that it believes can be ten times larger, investing between $3 million to $20 million in a company.

“We believe the labels point to a broader conversation so that people can see what’s happening with the election and with the results,” Twitter’s Dorsey responded under fire.

He believes he is not alone in giving up on the Bay Area, a place he has called home for two decades.

“We believe the Measure Up initiative with Fortune will help put racial equality right at the top of every corporate agenda through better data,” Craig told me yesterday.

The news sent the stock surging as investors believe that change, too, could spur more people to buy the stock, boosting the price further.

She says that the company believes there will be a hybrid model of working from home and the office going forward, but it expects employees will live within commuting distance to an IBM hub or office.

If you’re a capitalist and you believe in this system broadly, you should want to fix it now.