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restore confidence

This page is about the collocation restore confidence

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to bring back confidence, trust or belief in something

For example

  • How can we restore confidence in the banking system after so many people lost their savings?

  • If public confidence isn't restored, the economy will continue to worsen.

Note:
Related collocations include "restore faith" and "restore belief"

Quick Quiz

Her confidence was restored after

a. being told she lacked confidence

b. winning a number of matches

c. losing all her matches

Contributor: Matt Errey