1.I have every confidence in you
2.The band is on excellent form and brimming with confidence
3.I can say with confidence that such rumors were totally groundless.
4.We told you all these things in confidence
5.Gregory shared confidences with Carmen.
1.The servant enjoyed his master's confidence.
2.I had confidence, however, in my own youth and energy.
3.They sat in a corner exchanging confidences.
in (strict) confidence
秘密地,暗中 as a secret
take into one's confidence
capture〔enjoy, gain〕 sb's confidence 得到某人的信任
create confidence 產生信心
establish confidence 樹立信心
exchange confidences 談知心話
express confidence 表明自信心
lack confidence 缺乏信心
obtain the confidence of 取得…的信任
place one's confidence in 對…給予信任
put confidence in 相信…,信任…
strict confidence 嚴加保密的話
absolute〔complete, entire〕 confidence 完全信任
full confidence 充分信任,充分的信心
little confidence 不大相信,不大信
任much confidence 非常相信〔信任〕
perfect confidence 充分的信心
in confidence 私下里,秘密地
take sb into one's confidence 把某人當知己
with little confidence 缺乏信心地
confidence in 對…的信任
confidence in sb's ability 對某人能力的信任
1.The lack of confidence on the part of investors.
2.Leah gained confidence by laying out her fears and confronting them directly.
3.He had lost confidence in the Tennessee state government.
4.Our support structure was more like: ‘You are going to get through Yale; you are going to do well,' he said, hinting at mentors ( ' , 導師 ), staff, and professors who all provided significant support for students who lacked confidence about belonging at such a top institution.
5.An evening with simon will give you the confidence to be funny.
2016年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀A 原文
6.As their world expanded, she said, children compared themselves to others online in a way that was "hugely damaging in terms of their self-identity, in terms of their confidence, but also in terms of their ability to develop themselves".
2018年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文
7.Readers must have confidence in the conclusions published in our journal,” writes McNutt in an editorial.
8.Mental health is the seed that contains self-esteem - confidence in ourselves and an ability to trust in our common sense.