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trust

 (trŭst)
n.
1.
a. Firm belief in the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing; confidence or reliance: trying to gain our clients' trust; taking it on trust that our friend is telling the truth.
b. The condition and resulting obligation of having confidence placed in one: violated a public trust.
c. One in which confidence is placed.
2.
a. Custody; care: left her papers in my trust during her illness.
b. Something committed into the care of another; a charge: violated a public trust.
3.
a. Reliance on something in the future; hope: We have trust that the future will be better.
b. Reliance on the intention and ability of a purchaser to pay in the future; credit: bought the supplies on trust from a local dealer.
4. Law
a. A legal relationship in which one party holds a title to property while another party has the entitlement to the beneficial use of that property.
b. The confidence reposed in a trustee when giving the trustee legal title to property to administer for another, together with the trustee's obligation regarding that property and the beneficiary.
c. The property so held.
5. An institution or organization directed by trustees: a charitable trust.
6. A combination of firms or corporations for the purpose of reducing competition and controlling prices throughout a business or industry.
v. trust·ed, trust·ing, trusts
v.tr.
1.
a. To have or place confidence in; depend on: only trusted his friends; did not trust the strength of the thin rope; could not be trusted to oversee so much money.
b. To have confidence in allowing (someone) to use, know, or look after something: Can I trust you with a secret?
2. To expect with assurance; assume: I trust that you will be on time.
3. To give credence to; believe: I trust what you say.
4. To place in the care of another person or in a situation deemed safe; entrust: "the unfortunate souls who trusted their retirement savings to the stock" (Bill Barnhart).
5. To extend credit to.
v.intr.
1. To have or place reliance; depend: We can only trust in our guide's knowledge of the terrain.
2. To be confident; hope.
Idiom:
in trust
In the possession or care of a trustee.

[Middle English truste, perhaps from Old Norse traust, confidence; see deru- in Indo-European roots.]

trust′er n.
Synonyms: trust, faith, confidence, reliance
These nouns denote a feeling of certainty that a person or thing will not fail. Trust implies depth and assurance of feeling that is often based on inconclusive evidence: The mayor vowed to justify the trust the electorate had placed in him. Faith connotes unquestioning, often emotionally charged belief: "Often enough our faith beforehand in an uncertified result is the only thing that makes the result come true" (William James).
Confidence frequently implies stronger grounds for assurance: "The experience ... made me want to be a surgeon—not an amateur handed the knife for a brief moment but someone with the confidence and ability to proceed as if it were routine" (Atul Gawande).
Reliance connotes a confident and trustful commitment to another: "What reliance could they place on the protection of a prince so recently their enemy?" (William Hickling Prescott). See Also Synonyms at care, rely.

trust

(trʌst)
n
1. reliance on and confidence in the truth, worth, reliability, etc, of a person or thing; faith.
2. (Commerce) a group of commercial enterprises combined to monopolize and control the market for any commodity: illegal in the US
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. (Banking & Finance) commercial credit
7. (Law)
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. fiduciary
8. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (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. (Banking & Finance) See trust company, trust account2
10. (Law) (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. (Banking & Finance) (tr) to extend business credit to
[C13: from Old Norse traust; related to Old High German trost solace]
ˈtrustable adj
ˌtrustaˈbility n
ˈtruster n

trust

(trʌst)

n.
1. reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.
2. confident expectation of something; hope.
3. confidence in the certainty of future payment for property or goods received; credit: to sell merchandise on trust.
4. one upon which a person relies: God is my trust.
5. the condition of one to whom something has been entrusted.
6. the obligation or responsibility imposed on a person in whom confidence or authority is placed: a position of trust.
7. charge, custody, or care: leaving valuables in someone's trust.
8. something committed or entrusted to one's care for use or safekeeping; charge.
9.
a. a fiduciary relationship in which a trustee holds title to property for the beneficiary.
b. the property so held.
10.
a. an illegal combination of industrial or commercial companies in which the stock of the constituent companies is controlled by a central board of trustees, thus making it possible to minimize production costs, control prices, eliminate competition, etc.
b. any large corporation or combination having monopolistic or semimonopolistic control over the production of a commodity or service.
11. Archaic. reliability.
v.t.
12. to have trust or confidence in; rely or depend on.
13. to believe.
14. to expect confidently; hope: I trust that the job will soon be finished.
15. to commit or consign with trust or confidence.
16. to permit to stay or go somewhere or to do something without fear of consequences: He doesn't trust them out of his sight.
17. to invest with a trust; entrust with something.
18. to give credit to (a person) for goods, services, etc., supplied.
v.i.
19. to place confidence; rely (usu. fol. by in or to): trusting to luck.
20. to have confidence; hope.
21. to sell merchandise on credit.
Idioms:
in trust, in the care or guardianship of another, esp. a trustee.
[1175–1225; Middle English, ultimately < Old Norse traust trust, c. Old High German trōst consolation, Gothic trausti covenant; akin to true]
trust′a•ble, adj.
trust`a•bil′i•ty, n.
trust′er, n.

Trust

 a group of people appointed as trustees to an estate or trust, 1712.

Trust/Mistrust

 

See Also: UNCERTAINTY

  1. Finding paranoia in your heart is like discovering a lump in your breast —just knowing it’s there won’t make it go away —Jerry Bumpus
  2. As confiding as a doe peeping between the tree trunks —Vita Sackville-West
  3. As suspicious of me as Hamlet was of his mother —Daphne Merkin
  4. Carried years of suspicion strapped to her hip like a gun —Ann Jasperson
  5. Confidence in an unfaithful man in time of trouble is like a broken tooth, and a foot out of joint —The Holy Bible/Proverbs
  6. Confidence (in their amorous destinies) like that of birds in their wings —William Faulkner
  7. Confidence, like the soul, never returns, once it is gone —Publius Syrus
  8. Doubt … secret and gnawing like a worm —Joseph Conrad
  9. Doubts seemed to steam like wet flies inside his own head —Julia O’Faolain
  10. Head … awhirl with doubts like a sky full of starlings —George Garrett
  11. He was like a suspicion-caked old prospector —Ellery Queen
  12. It [the thought that something was not right] was on the edge of her mind like a speck at the corner of your eye or fluff in your nostril —Julia O’Faolain
  13. Lean on … like a man on crutches —Ross Macdonald
  14. Mistrust swells like a prune —Marge Piercy
  15. No more to be trusted (with news) than a cat with a saucer of milk —Christopher Isherwood
  16. Suspicion amongst thoughts are like bats amongst birds, they ever fly by twilight —Francis Bacon
  17. Suspicion developed like a muscle —F. Scott Fitzgerald
  18. Suspicious … as a rat near strange bread —Patrick Kavanagh
  19. Suspicious as a wild cat —Frank Swinnerton
  20. Trust as I’d trust a rattlesnake —Anon
  21. A trust, fierce and passionate, burning in her like a prayer —F. Scott Fitzgerald
  22. Trust flourishes like a potato plant, mostly underground —Marge Piercy
  23. As trusting to the future as a blind sky-diver —Richard Ford
  24. Trust is like an egg and it’s not like an egg. If you want to break an egg you have to do it from the outside. The only way to break up a trust is from the inside —O. Henry
  25. Trustworthy as advice given by a cat to a mouse —Anon

    A simile with clear links to an Arabic proverb: “He gives advice such as a cat gives to a mouse.”

  26. Wearing doubt like a raincoat —Carlos Baker

trust


Past participle: trusted
Gerund: trusting

Imperative
trust
trust
Present
I trust
you trust
he/she/it trusts
we trust
you trust
they trust
Preterite
I trusted
you trusted
he/she/it trusted
we trusted
you trusted
they trusted
Present Continuous
I am trusting
you are trusting
he/she/it is trusting
we are trusting
you are trusting
they are trusting
Present Perfect
I have trusted
you have trusted
he/she/it has trusted
we have trusted
you have trusted
they have trusted
Past Continuous
I was trusting
you were trusting
he/she/it was trusting
we were trusting
you were trusting
they were trusting
Past Perfect
I had trusted
you had trusted
he/she/it had trusted
we had trusted
you had trusted
they had trusted
Future
I will trust
you will trust
he/she/it will trust
we will trust
you will trust
they will trust
Future Perfect
I will have trusted
you will have trusted
he/she/it will have trusted
we will have trusted
you will have trusted
they will have trusted
Future Continuous
I will be trusting
you will be trusting
he/she/it will be trusting
we will be trusting
you will be trusting
they will be trusting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trusting
you have been trusting
he/she/it has been trusting
we have been trusting
you have been trusting
they have been trusting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trusting
you will have been trusting
he/she/it will have been trusting
we will have been trusting
you will have been trusting
they will have been trusting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trusting
you had been trusting
he/she/it had been trusting
we had been trusting
you had been trusting
they had been trusting
Conditional
I would trust
you would trust
he/she/it would trust
we would trust
you would trust
they would trust
Past Conditional
I would have trusted
you would have trusted
he/she/it would have trusted
we would have trusted
you would have trusted
they would have trusted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary)trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary); "he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
active trust - a trust in which the trustee must perform certain duties
blind trust - a trust that enables a person to avoid possible conflict of interest by transferring assets to a fiduciary; the person establishing the trust gives up the right to information about the assets
passive trust - a trust in which the trustee performs no active duties
charitable trust, public trust - a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes
Clifford trust, grantor trust - a trust established to shift the income to someone who is taxed at a lower rate than the grantor for a period of 10 years or more
implied trust - a trust inferred by operation of law
direct trust, express trust - a trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved (usually on the basis of written documentation)
discretionary trust - a trust that gives the trustee discretion to pay the beneficiary as much of the trust income as the trustee believes appropriate
inter vivos trust, living trust - a trust created and operating during the grantor's lifetime
spendthrift trust - a trust created to maintain a beneficiary but to be secure against the beneficiary's improvidence
testamentary trust - a trust that is created under a will and that becomes active after the grantor dies
savings account trust, savings bank trust, Totten trust, trust account, trustee account - a savings account deposited by someone who makes themselves the trustee for a beneficiary and who controls it during their lifetime; afterward the balance is payable to the previously named beneficiary
voting trust - an agreement whereby persons owning stock with voting powers retain ownership while transferring the voting rights to the trustees
2.trust - certainty based on past experience; "he wrote the paper with considerable reliance on the work of other scientists"; "he put more trust in his own two legs than in the gun"
certainty - the state of being certain; "his certainty reassured the others"
3.trust - the trait of believing in the honesty and reliability of otherstrust - the trait of believing in the honesty and reliability of others; "the experience destroyed his trust and personal dignity"
trait - a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
credulity - tendency to believe readily
distrustfulness, mistrust, distrust - the trait of not trusting others
4.trust - a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or servicetrust - a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service; "they set up the trust in the hope of gaining a monopoly"
consortium, syndicate, pool - an association of companies for some definite purpose
drug cartel - an illicit cartel formed to control the production and distribution of narcotic drugs; "drug cartels sometimes finance terrorist organizations"
oil cartel - a cartel of companies or nations formed to control the production and distribution of oil
5.trust - complete confidence in a person or plan etctrust - complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust"
belief - any cognitive content held as true
6.trust - a trustful relationshiptrust - a trustful relationship; "he took me into his confidence"; "he betrayed their trust"
friendly relationship, friendship - the state of being friends (or friendly)
Verb1.trust - have confidence or faith intrust - have confidence or faith in; "We can trust in God"; "Rely on your friends"; "bank on your good education"; "I swear by my grandmother's recipes"
believe - accept as true; take to be true; "I believed his report"; "We didn't believe his stories from the War"; "She believes in spirits"
credit - have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of
lean - rely on for support; "We can lean on this man"
depend, bet, reckon, calculate, count, look - have faith or confidence in; "you can count on me to help you any time"; "Look to your friends for support"; "You can bet on that!"; "Depend on your family in times of crisis"
distrust, mistrust, suspect - regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
distrust, mistrust, suspect - regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
2.trust - allow without feartrust - allow without fear      
countenance, permit, allow, let - consent to, give permission; "She permitted her son to visit her estranged husband"; "I won't let the police search her basement"; "I cannot allow you to see your exam"
3.trust - be confident about somethingtrust - be confident about something; "I believe that he will come back from the war"
anticipate, expect - regard something as probable or likely; "The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow"
4.trust - expect and wishtrust - expect and wish; "I trust you will behave better from now on"; "I hope she understands that she cannot expect a raise"
wish - hope for; have a wish; "I wish I could go home now"
5.trust - confer a trust upontrust - confer a trust upon; "The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"; "I commit my soul to God"
commend - give to in charge; "I commend my children to you"
hand, pass on, turn over, pass, reach, give - place into the hands or custody of; "hand me the spoon, please"; "Turn the files over to me, please"; "He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers"
consign, charge - give over to another for care or safekeeping; "consign your baggage"
recommit - commit again; "It was recommitted into her custody"
obligate - commit in order to fulfill an obligation; "obligate money"
6.trust - extend credit to; "don't trust my ex-wife; I won't pay her debts anymore"
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
loan, lend - give temporarily; let have for a limited time; "I will lend you my car"; "loan me some money"

trust

verb
1. believe in, have faith in, depend on, count on, bank on, lean on, rely upon, swear by, take at face value, take as gospel, place reliance on, place your trust in, pin your faith on, place or have confidence in 'I trust you completely,' he said.
believe in doubt, suspect, discredit, beware, distrust, mistrust, disbelieve, be sceptical of, lack confidence in, lack faith in
2. entrust, commit, assign, confide, consign, put into the hands of, allow to look after, hand over, turn over, sign over, delegate I'd been willing to trust my life to him. savers who are hesitant of trusting their money to the vagaries of the stock market
3. expect, believe, hope, suppose, assume, guess (informal), take it, presume, surmise, think likely We trust that they are considering our suggestion.
noun
2. responsibility, duty, obligation She held a position of trust, which was generously paid.
3. custody, care, guard, protection, guardianship, safekeeping, trusteeship The British Library holds its collection in trust for the nation.
Related words
adjective fiducial

trust

noun
1. Absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another:
2. The function of watching, guarding, or overseeing:
3. A combination of businesses closely interconnected for common profit:
verb
1. To place trust or confidence in.Also used with in:
bank on (or upon), believe in, count on (or upon), depend on (or upon), reckon on (or upon), rely on (or upon).
2. To have confidence in the truthfulness of:
Idiom: take at one's word.
3. To put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance:
Idiom: give in trust.
4. To place a trust upon:
Translations
ثِقَةثِقَهثِقَه، إئتِمانشَرِكات تَعْمَلُ معامالٌ مَوقوف على أو مَحْجوز لِ
důvěradůvěřovatopatrovnictvípéčesvěřenectví
stole påtillidtrovaretægtbåndlagt fond
luottaaluottamusluottouskouskoa
povjerenjevjerovati
bizalmi állás/letéttröszt
ábyrgîfjárhaldsamsteypatraust, tiltrútreysta
信頼信頼する
신뢰신뢰하다
išsaugojimas pagal įgaliojimątrestas
aizbildnībaatbildībaatbildīgs uzdevums/amatscerētpilnvarojums
opaterasprávatrust
zaupanjezaupati
förtroendelita på
ไว้วางใจความเชื่อใจ
lòng tintin

trust

[trʌst]
A. N
1. (= faith, confidence) → confianza f (in en)
you've betrayed their trusthas traicionado la confianza que tenían puesta en ti
I have complete trust in youconfío plenamente en ti, tengo absoluta confianza en ti
to take sth/sb on trustfiarse de algo/algn
I'm not going to take what he says on trustno me voy a fiar de lo que dice or de su palabra
to put one's trust in sth/sbdepositar su confianza en algo/algn
2. (= responsibility)
to give sth into sb's trustconfiar algo a algn
to be in a position of trusttener un puesto de confianza or responsabilidad
a sacred trustun deber sagrado
3. (Jur) (= money) (for third party) → fondo m fiduciario, fondo m de fideicomiso (Fin) (= investment) → fondo m de inversiones; (= institution) → fundación f
charitable trustfundación f benéfica
in trusten fideicomiso
the money will be held in trust until she is 18el dinero se mantendrá en fideicomiso hasta que cumpla los dieciocho años
to put or place sth in trustdejar algo en fideicomiso
to set up a trustcrear un fondo fiduciario or de fideicomiso
see also charitable, investment, unit
4. (Comm, Fin) (also trust company) → trust m, compañía f fiduciaria, compañía f de fideicomiso
5. (also trust hospital) → fundación f hospitalaria
B. VT
1. (= consider honest, reliable) [+ person, judgment, instincts] → fiarse de
don't you trust me?¿no te fías de mí?
she is not to be trustedella no es de fiar
the government can't be trustedno se puede uno fiar del gobierno
do you think we can trust him?¿crees que nos podemos fiar de él?, ¿crees que podemos confiar or tener confianza en él?
trust your own instinctsfíate de tus instintos
to trust sb to do sth: I trust you to keep this secretconfío en que guardes este secreto
her parents trust her to make her own decisionssus padres confían en ella y la dejan que tome sus propias decisiones
do you think we can trust him to give us our share?¿crees que podemos fiarnos de que nos va a dar nuestra parte?
he did not trust himself to speakno se atrevió a hablar
you can't trust a word he sayses imposible creer ninguna palabra suya, no se puede uno fiar de nada de lo que dice
I wouldn't trust him an inch or as far as I could throw himno me fío de él ni un pelo
2. (= have confidence in) → confiar en, tener confianza en
trust me, I know what I'm doingconfía en mí, sé lo que estoy haciendo
I trust you completelytengo plena confianza en ti
"I forgot" - "trust you!"-se me olvidómira por dónde! or -¡cómo no!
trust you to break it!¡era de esperar que lo rompieses!
3. (= entrust)
to trust sth to sbconfiar algo a algn
to trust sb with sth he's not the sort of person to be trusted with a gunno es la clase de persona de la que se puede uno fiar con una pistola, no es la clase de persona a la que se puede confiar una pistola
I'd trust him with my lifepondría mi vida en sus manos
4. (frm) (= hope) → esperar
I trust you are all wellespero que estéis todos bien
I trust you enjoyed your walk?espero que haya disfrutado del paseo
I trust notespero que no
C. VI
to trust in sth/sbconfiar en algo/algn
to trust to luck/fateencomendarse a la suerte/al destino
D. CPD trust account Ncuenta f fiduciaria, cuenta f de fideicomiso
trust company Ncompañía f fiduciaria, compañía f de fideicomiso
trust fund Nfondo m fiduciario, fondo m de fideicomiso
trust hospital Nfundación f hospitalaria

trust

[ˈtrʌst]
n
(= faith) → confiance f
to betray sb's trust → trahir la confiance de qn
to take sth on trust → prendre qch pour argent comptant
to take sb on trust → croire qn sur parole
a position of trust → un poste de responsabilité
(LAW) (for minor, heir)fidéicommis m
to hold sth in trust → administrer qch en fidéicommis
(= group investing money for other people or for charity) → fondation f
(British) (also hospital trust) hôpital public autonome
vt
(= have confidence in) [+ person] → faire confiance à; [+ instinct, sb's judgement] → se fier à; [+ advice] → se fier à
Don't you trust me? → Tu ne me fais pas confiance?, Tu n'as pas confiance en moi?
Trust me! → Fais-moi confiance!
to trust sb to do sth → compter sur qn pour faire qch
to trust sb with sth → confier qch à qn
I'd trust him with my life
BUT J'ai entièrement confiance en lui.
(= entrust) to trust sth to sb → confier qch à qn
(= hope) → espérer
to trust (that) ... → espérer que ...
I trust you like coffee → J'espère que tu aimes le café.
trust in
vt [+ person, God, one's abilities, sb's good faith] → croire en
trust to
vt [+ luck, instinct] → faire confiance àtrust company nsociété f fiduciaire

trust

n
(= confidence, reliance)Vertrauen nt(in zu); I have every trust in himich habe volles Vertrauen zu ihm; to put or place one’s trust in somebodyVertrauen in jdn setzen; to take something on trustetw einfach glauben; to give somebody something on trust (= without payment)jdm etw auf sein ehrliches Gesicht hin (inf)or im guten Glauben geben; position of trustVertrauensstellung f
(= charge)Verantwortung f; to commit something to somebody’s trustjdm etw anvertrauen
(Jur, Fin) → Treuhand(schaft) f; (= property)Treuhandeigentum nt; (= charitable fund)Fonds m, → Stiftung f; to hold something in trust for somebodyetw für jdn treuhänderisch verwalten; all his money was tied up in a trustsein ganzes Geld wurde treuhänderisch verwaltet
(Comm: also trust company) → Trust m
(Brit: also trust hospital) finanziell eigenverantwortliches, vom staatlichen Gesundheitswesen getragenes Krankenhaus
vt
(= have confidence in)trauen (+dat); person(ver)trauen (+dat); wordsglauben; to trust somebody to do something (= believe him honest etc)jdm vertrauen, dass er etw tut; (= believe him capable)jdm zutrauen, dass er etw tut; don’t you trust me?vertraust du mir nicht?; to trust somebody with something, to trust something to somebodyjdm etw anvertrauen; I don’t trust her with my boyfriendich traue ihr mit meinem Freund nicht; can he be trusted not to lose it?kann man sich darauf verlassen, dass er es nicht verliert?; can we trust him to go shopping alone?können wir ihn allein einkaufen gehen lassen?; you can’t trust a word he saysman kann ihm kein Wort glauben; I wouldn’t trust him (any) farther than I can throw him (inf)ich traue ihm nicht über den Weg (inf)
(iro inf) trust you/him!typisch!; trust him to break it!er muss es natürlich kaputt machen
(= hope)hoffen; I trust nothoffentlich nicht, ich hoffe nicht; you’re going to help, I trustdu wirst doch hoffentlich mithelfen
vi
(= have confidence)vertrauen; to trust in somebodyauf jdn vertrauen
(= rely on) to trust to somethingsich auf etw (acc)verlassen, auf etw (acc)vertrauen; to trust to luck or chancesich auf sein Glück verlassen; I’ll have to trust to luck to find itich kann nur hoffen, dass ich es finde

trust

:
trust account
nTreuhandkonto nt
trust company
n (Econ, Fin) → Treuhandgesellschaft f, → Treuhandbank f

trust

[trʌst]
1. n
a. trust (in)fiducia (in)
to put one's trust in sb → riporre la propria fiducia in qn
to put one's trust in sth → riporre le proprie speranze in qc
to be in a position of trust → ricoprire un incarico di fiducia
you'll have to take it on trust → devi credermi sulla parola
b. (charge) to leave sth in sb's trustaffidare qc a qn or alle cure di qn
c. (Law, Fin) → amministrazione f fiduciaria
in trust → in amministrazione fiduciaria
d. (Comm) (also trust company) → trust m inv
2. vt
a. (have faith, confidence in) → avere fiducia in, fidarsi di; (rely on) → fare affidamento su, contare su
to trust sth to sb/trust sb with sth (entrust) → affidare qc a qn
I wouldn't trust him an inch → non mi fiderei proprio di lui
trust you! (fam) → ci avrei scommesso!
b. (hope) to trust (that ...)sperare (che...)
3. vi (have faith) to trust incredere in
to trust to luck/fate (rely) → affidarsi alla fortuna/al destino

trust

(trast) verb
1. to have confidence or faith; to believe. She trusted (in) him.
2. to give (something to someone), believing that it will be used well and responsibly. I can't trust him with my car; I can't trust my car to him.
3. to hope or be confident (that). I trust (that) you had / will have a good journey.
noun
1. belief or confidence in the power, reality, truth, goodness etc of a person or thing. The firm has a great deal of trust in your ability; trust in God.
2. charge or care; responsibility. The child was placed in my trust.
3. a task etc given to a person by someone who believes that they will do it, look after it etc well. He holds a position of trust in the firm.
4. arrangement(s) by which something (eg money) is given to a person to use in a particular way, or to keep until a particular time. The money was to be held in trust for his children; (also adjective) a trust fund
5. a group of business firms working together. The companies formed a trust.
ˌtrusˈtee noun
a person who keeps and takes care of something (especially money or property) for some one else.
ˈtrustworthy adjective
(negative untrustworthy) worthy of trust. Is your friend trustworthy?
ˈtrustworthiness noun
ˈtrusty adjective
able to be trusted or depended on. trusty sword; a trusty friend.
ˈtrustily adverb
ˈtrustiness noun

trust

ثِقَة, يَثِقُ ب důvěra, důvěřovat stole på, tillid Vertrauen εμπιστεύομαι, εμπιστοσύνη confianza, confiar luottaa, luottamus avoir confiance, confiance povjerenje, vjerovati fidarsi, fiducia 信頼, 信頼する 신뢰, 신뢰하다 vertrouwen stole på, tillit zaufać, zaufanie confiança, confiar доверие, доверять förtroende, lita på ไว้วางใจ, ความเชื่อใจ güven, güvenmek lòng tin, tin 信任, 信赖

trust

n. confianza, fe;
v. confiar, creer en.

trust

n confianza; vt tener confianza en, confiar en
References in classic literature ?
The more you love and trust Him, and the less you will depend on human power and wisdom.
After that--well, we shall trust to luck for what we shall find.
If your attentions to any married women here were ever offered with any intention of being convincing, you would not be the gentleman we all know you to be, and you would be unfit to associate with the wives and daughters of the people who trust you.
A large, civil cocked hat, like those worn by clergymen within the last thirty years, surmounted the whole, furnishing dignity to a good-natured and somewhat vacant countenance, that apparently needed such artificial aid, to support the gravity of some high and extraordinary trust.
As his car slid downtown on Tuesday morning the mind of Arnold Thorndike was occupied with such details of daily routine as the purchase of a railroad, the Japanese loan, the new wing to his art gallery, and an attack that morning, in his own newspaper, upon his pet trust.
Can you not trust me as a physician when I tell you so?
In another instant he had vanished, as if afraid to trust the reality of his good fortune to the dangers of delay.
And yet, her undying faith and trust, her freshremembrance, and continual devotedness towards the original of that miniature, have been the only substance for her heart to feed upon.
Suffice it here to say that a Custom-House officer of long continuance can hardly be a very praiseworthy or respectable personage, for many reasons; one of them, the tenure by which he holds his situation, and another, the very nature of his business, which -- though, I trust, an honest one -- is of such a sort that he does not share in the united effort of mankind.
Now that the Beef Trust had adopted the trick of raising prices to induce enormous shipments of cattle, and then dropping them again and scooping in all they needed, a stock raiser was very apt to find himself in Chicago without money enough to pay his freight bill; and so he had to go to a cheap hotel, and it was no drawback to him if there was an agitator talking in the lobby.
But I daren't tell you--I daren't because I was so afraid I couldn't trust you--for sure
I hope and trust he will never set eyes on Miss Bygrave again.