English version

leap of faith

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleap of faithleap of faithsomething you do even though it involves a risk, hoping that it will have a good result leap
Examples from the Corpus
leap of faithFor this the Middle East needs a leap of faith.These reforms, untested by pilot evaluations, represent a leap of faith.If not, some franchise will have to take a leap of faith.The change is also so unprecedented that it necessitates a genuine leap of faith.It encompasses both the art of spin doctoring and also our fragile human need and ability to make huge leaps of faith.For my taste, there are a few too many leaps of faith required.It would take only a minor leap of faith, a moment of transcendence, to believe that Christine Ashdown stared back.Privatization would be an untested leap of faith.
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