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  ( trusts    plural & 3rd person present)   ( trusting    present participle)   ( trusted    past tense & past participle  )
1       verb   If you trust someone, you believe that they are honest and sincere and will not deliberately do anything to harm you.  
`I trust you completely,' he said...      V n  
He did argue in a general way that the president can't be trusted.      V n  
  trusted      adj   ADJ n  
After speaking to a group of her most trusted advisers, she turned her anger into action.     
2       n-uncount   Your trustin someone is your belief that they are honest and sincere and will not deliberately do anything to harm you.  
oft poss N in n  
He destroyed me and my trust in men..., You've betrayed their trust..., There's a feeling of warmth and trust here.     
3       verb   If you trust someone to do something, you believe that they will do it.  
That's why I must trust you to keep this secret...      V n to-inf  
4       verb   If you trust someone with something important or valuable, you allow them to look after it or deal with it.  
This could make your superiors hesitate to trust you with major responsibilities...      V n with n  
I'd trust him with my life.      V n with n  
      Trust is also a noun., n-uncount   also a N  
She was organizing and running a large household, a position of trust which was generously paid...     
5       verb   If you do not trust something, you feel that it is not safe or reliable.  
She nodded, not trusting her own voice...      V n  
For one thing, he didn't trust his legs to hold him up...      V n to-inf  
I still can't trust myself to remain composed in their presence.      V pron-refl to-inf  
6       verb   If you trust someone's judgment or advice, you believe that it is good or right.  
I blame myself and will never be able to trust my instinct again.      V n  
7       verb   If you say you trust that something is true, you mean you hope and expect that it is true.  
FORMAL   I trust you will take the earliest opportunity to make a full apology...      V that  
8       verb   If you trust in someone or something, you believe strongly in them, and do not doubt their powers or their good intentions.  
FORMAL   He was a pastor who trusted in the Lord who lived to preach.      V in n  
9       n-count   A trust is a financial arrangement in which a group of people or an organization keeps and invests money for someone.  
also in N  
The money will be put in trust until she is 18.     
10       n-count   A trust is a group of people or an organization that has control of an amount of money or property and invests it on behalf of other people or as a charity.  
supp N, oft in names  
He had set up two charitable trusts...     
11       n-count   In Britain, a trust or a trust hospital is a public hospital that receives its funding directly from the national government. It has its own board of governors and is not controlled by the local health authority.  
supp N, N n  
    unit trust  
13    If something valuable is kept in trust, it is held and protected by a group of people or an organization on behalf of other people.  
in trust      phrase   PHR after v, v-link PHR, oft PHR for n  
The British Library holds its collection in trust for the nation...     
14    If you take something on trust after having heard or read it, you believe it completely without checking it.  
take sth on trust      phrase   V inflects  
He was adamant that the allegations were untrue, so I took him on trust.     
    tried and trusted  
    tried   trust to      phrasal verb   If you trust to luck or instinct, you hope that it will enable you to achieve what you are trying to do, because you have nothing else to help you.  
no passive   (=rely on)  
I set off for the valley, trusting to luck...      V P n  
Gardiner is simply trusting to instinct and experience.      V P n  

blind trust        ( blind trusts    plural  ) A blind trust is a financial arrangement in which someone's investments are managed without the person knowing where the money is invested. Blind trusts are used especially by people such as members of parliament, so that they cannot be accused of using their position to make money unfairly.     (BUSINESS)      n-count  
His shares were placed in a blind trust when he became a government minister.     
trust fund        ( trust funds    plural  ) A trust fund is an amount of money or property that someone owns, usually after inheriting it, but which is kept and invested for them.      n-count  
unit trust        ( unit trusts    plural  ) A unit trust is an organization which invests money in many different types of business and which offers units for sale to the public as an investment. You can also refer to an investment of this type as a unit trust.  
  (BRIT, BUSINESS)      n-count  
in AM, use mutual fund     
Traducción diccionario Collins Inglés Cobuild  



1    assurance, belief, certainty, certitude, confidence, conviction, credence, credit, expectation, faith, hope, reliance  
2    duty, obligation, responsibility  
3    care, charge, custody, guard, guardianship, protection, safekeeping, trusteeship  
4    assume, believe, expect, hope, presume, suppose, surmise, think likely  
5    bank on, believe, count on, depend on, have faith in, lean on, pin one's faith on, place confidence in, place one's trust in, place reliance on, rely upon, swear by, take as gospel, take at face value  
6    assign, command, commit, confide, consign, delegate, entrust, give, put into the hands of, sign over, turn over  
,       n  
1    distrust, doubt, fear, incredulity, lack of faith, mistrust, scepticism, suspicion, uncertainty, wariness  
4 & 5    be sceptical of, beware, disbelieve, discredit, distrust, doubt, lack confidence in, lack faith in, mistrust, suspect  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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trust to, in trust, trust fund, blind trust

Diccionario colaborativo     Inglés Cobuild
Mutual trust and friendship among people spending a lot of time together. Another term for camaraderie.
[US] [mass noun] Ex: That teamsport is an ideal pastime for the young people, an opportunity to socialise and make new friends in a strong spirit of comradery
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