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trusting

adjective uk   /ˈtrʌs.tɪŋ/ ( also trustful ) us  
always believing that other people are good or honest and will not harm or deceive you: The child gave a warm, trusting smile. You shouldn't be so trusting - people take advantage of you.
Translations of “trusting”
in Chinese (Traditional) 容易相信他人的,輕信的…
in Russian доверчивый…
in Turkish herkese itimat eden, kolay inanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容易相信他人的,轻信的…
in Polish ufny…
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