Bedeutung von “trust” — Learner’s Dictionary

trust

verb us uk /trʌst/
I trust him implicitly.I'll never trust her again after what she did to me.I was a fool to trust him.I know what you mean about Pete - I wouldn't trust him at all.You must learn to trust each other.

B1 [ T ] to believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you:

My sister warned me not to trust him.
→ Opposite distrust , mistrust
trust sb to do sth

to be sure that someone will do the right thing or what they should do:

I trust them to make the right decision.
trust sb with sb/sth

to allow someone to look after someone or something because you believe they will be careful:

I wouldn't trust him with my car.
Trust sb (to do sth)! mainly UK informal

used to say that it is typical of someone to do something stupid:

Trust Chris to leave the tickets at home!
I trust (that) formal

used to say that you hope something is true:

I trust that you had an enjoyable stay.

(Definition von “trust verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)