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trust  


      n  
1    reliance on and confidence in the truth, worth, reliability, etc., of a person or thing; faith  
   Related adj       fiducial  
2    a group of commercial enterprises combined to monopolize and control the market for any commodity: illegal in the U.S.  
3    the obligation of someone in a responsible position  
a position of trust     
4    custody, charge, or care  
a child placed in my trust     
5    a person or thing in which confidence or faith is placed  
6    commercial credit  
7   
a    an arrangement whereby a person to whom the legal title to property is conveyed (the trustee) holds such property for the benefit of those entitled to the beneficial interest  
b    property that is the subject of such an arrangement  
c    the confidence put in the trustee  
   Related adj       fiduciary  
8    (in the British National Health Service) a self-governing hospital, group of hospitals, or other body providing health-care services, which operates as an independent commercial unit within the NHS  
9       See       trust company       trust account       2  
10    modifier   of or relating to a trust or trusts  
trust property     
      vb  
11    tr; may take a clause as object   to expect, hope, or suppose  
I trust that you are well     
12    when tr, may take an infinitive; when intr, often foll by: in or to   to place confidence in (someone to do something); have faith (in); rely (upon)  
I trust him to tell her     
13    tr   to consign for care  
the child was trusted to my care     
14    tr   to allow (someone to do something) with confidence in his or her good sense or honesty  
I trust my daughter to go     
15    tr   to extend business credit to  
     (C13: from Old Norse traust; related to Old High German Trost solace)  
  trustable      adj  
  trustability      n  
  truster      n  


brains trust  
      n  
1    a group of knowledgeable people who discuss topics in public or on radio or television  
2      (Also called)    brain trust     (U.S.)   a group of experts who advise the government  
breach of trust  
      n     (Law)   a violation of duty by a trustee or any other person in a fiduciary  
position  
charitable trust  
      n   a trust set up for the benefit of a charity that complies with the regulations of the Charity Commissioners to enable it to be exempt from paying income tax  
discretionary trust  
      n   a trust in which the beneficiaries' shares are not fixed in the trust deed but are left to the discretion of other persons, often the trustees  
Historic Places Trust  
      n   (in New Zealand) the statutory body concerned with the conservation of historic buildings, esp. with ancient Maori sites  
investment trust  
      n   a financial enterprise that invests its subscribed capital in securities for its investors' benefit  
National Trust  
      n  
1    (in Britain) an organization concerned with the preservation of historic buildings and monuments and areas of the countryside of great beauty in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1895 and incorporated by act of parliament in 1907. The National Trust for Scotland was founded in 1931  
2    (in Australia) a similar organization in each of the states  
trust account  
      n  
1      (Also called)    trustee account   a savings account deposited in the name of a trustee who controls it during his lifetime, after which the balance is payable to a prenominated beneficiary  
2    property under the control of a trustee or trustees  
trust company  
      n   a commercial bank or other enterprise organized to perform trustee functions,   (Also called)    trust corporation  
trust deed  
      n   a document that transfers the legal title to property to a trustee  
trust fund  
      n   money, securities, etc., held in trust  
trust hotel   , tavern  
      n     (N.Z)   a licensed hotel or a bar owned by a publicly elected committee as trustees, the profits of which go to public amenities  
trust territory  
      n   sometimes cap      another name for a       trusteeship       2  
unit trust  
      n     (Brit)   an investment trust that issues units for public sale, the holders of which are creditors and not shareholders with their interests represented by a trust company independent of the issuing agency  
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cartel  
      n  
1      (Also called)    trust          a collusive international association of independent enterprises formed to monopolize production and distribution of a product or service, control prices, etc.  
2      (Politics)   an alliance of parties or interests to further common aims  
     (C20: from German Kartell, from French, from Italian cartello a written challenge, public notice, diminutive of carta card1)  


brains trust  
      n  
1    a group of knowledgeable people who discuss topics in public or on radio or television  
2      (Also called)    brain trust     (U.S.)   a group of experts who advise the government  
breach of trust  
      n     (Law)   a violation of duty by a trustee or any other person in a fiduciary  
position  
charitable trust  
      n   a trust set up for the benefit of a charity that complies with the regulations of the Charity Commissioners to enable it to be exempt from paying income tax  
discretionary trust  
      n   a trust in which the beneficiaries' shares are not fixed in the trust deed but are left to the discretion of other persons, often the trustees  
Historic Places Trust  
      n   (in New Zealand) the statutory body concerned with the conservation of historic buildings, esp. with ancient Maori sites  
investment trust  
      n   a financial enterprise that invests its subscribed capital in securities for its investors' benefit  
National Trust  
      n  
1    (in Britain) an organization concerned with the preservation of historic buildings and monuments and areas of the countryside of great beauty in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1895 and incorporated by act of parliament in 1907. The National Trust for Scotland was founded in 1931  
2    (in Australia) a similar organization in each of the states  
trust  
      n  
1    reliance on and confidence in the truth, worth, reliability, etc., of a person or thing; faith  
   Related adj       fiducial  
2    a group of commercial enterprises combined to monopolize and control the market for any commodity: illegal in the U.S.  
3    the obligation of someone in a responsible position  
a position of trust     
4    custody, charge, or care  
a child placed in my trust     
5    a person or thing in which confidence or faith is placed  
6    commercial credit  
7   
a    an arrangement whereby a person to whom the legal title to property is conveyed (the trustee) holds such property for the benefit of those entitled to the beneficial interest  
b    property that is the subject of such an arrangement  
c    the confidence put in the trustee  
   Related adj       fiduciary  
8    (in the British National Health Service) a self-governing hospital, group of hospitals, or other body providing health-care services, which operates as an independent commercial unit within the NHS  
9       See       trust company       trust account       2  
10    modifier   of or relating to a trust or trusts  
trust property     
      vb  
11    tr; may take a clause as object   to expect, hope, or suppose  
I trust that you are well     
12    when tr, may take an infinitive; when intr, often foll by: in or to   to place confidence in (someone to do something); have faith (in); rely (upon)  
I trust him to tell her     
13    tr   to consign for care  
the child was trusted to my care     
14    tr   to allow (someone to do something) with confidence in his or her good sense or honesty  
I trust my daughter to go     
15    tr   to extend business credit to  
     (C13: from Old Norse traust; related to Old High German Trost solace)  
  trustable      adj  
  trustability      n  
  truster      n  
trust account  
      n  
1      (Also called)    trustee account   a savings account deposited in the name of a trustee who controls it during his lifetime, after which the balance is payable to a prenominated beneficiary  
2    property under the control of a trustee or trustees  
trust company  
      n   a commercial bank or other enterprise organized to perform trustee functions,   (Also called)    trust corporation  
trust deed  
      n   a document that transfers the legal title to property to a trustee  
trust fund  
      n   money, securities, etc., held in trust  
trust hotel   , tavern  
      n     (N.Z)   a licensed hotel or a bar owned by a publicly elected committee as trustees, the profits of which go to public amenities  
trust territory  
      n   sometimes cap      another name for a       trusteeship       2  
unit trust  
      n     (Brit)   an investment trust that issues units for public sale, the holders of which are creditors and not shareholders with their interests represented by a trust company independent of the issuing agency  

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trust  


      n  
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  
      vb  
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  
  
Antonyms     
,       n  
1    distrust, doubt, fear, incredulity, lack of faith, mistrust, scepticism, suspicion, uncertainty, wariness  
      vb  
4 & 5    be sceptical of, beware, disbelieve, discredit, distrust, doubt, lack confidence in, lack faith in, mistrust, suspect  

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