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confide

verb /kənˈfaid/
to tell one’s private thoughts to someone
confiar
He confided in his brother He confided his fears to his brother.
confidence /ˈkonfidəns/ noun trust or belief in someone’s ability
confianza
I have great confidence in you.
belief and faith in one’s own ability
confianza, seguridad
She shows a great deal of confidence for her age.
confident /ˈkonfidənt/ adjective having a great deal of trust (especially in oneself)
seguro de sí mismo
She is confident that she will win a confident boy.
confidential /konfiˈdenʃəl/ adjective secret; not to be told to others
confidencial
confidential information.
trusted to keep secrets
de confianza
a confidential secretary.
confidentiality /ˈkonfidenʃiˈӕləti/ noun
confidencialidad, reserva
the confidentiality of sensitive business information.
confidentially adverb secretly; not wishing to have the information passed on to anyone else
confidencialmente
She could not tell me what he said – he was speaking confidentially.
confiding adjective trustful.
confiado
She’s a confiding sort of person.
confidingly adverb
confiadamente
He spoke confidingly into her ear.
in confidence as a secret; confidentially
en confianza
He told me the story in (strictest) confidence.
(Definition of confide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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