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Translation of "distrust" - English-Spanish dictionary

distrust

noun   /dɪˈstrʌst/
the feeling of not trusting someone or something desconfianza The two groups have existed in a state of mutual distrust for centuries. She has a (deep) distrust of the media.1051
distrustful adjective   /-fəl/
verb   /dɪˈstrʌst/
to not trust someone or something desconfiar de Many politicians are deeply distrusted by the electorate.1051
(Definition of distrust from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

distrust

noun /disˈtrast/
suspicion; lack of trust or faith desconfianza He has always had a distrust of politicians.
distrustful adjective
desconfiado He gave Maria a distrustful stare.
distrustfully adverb
con desconfianza She looked at me distrustfully.
distrustfulness noun
desconfianza
(Definition of distrust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “distrust”
in Vietnamese sự không tin cậy…
in Malaysian disyaki…
in Thai ความคลางแคลงใจ…
in French méfiance…
in German das Mißtrauen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不信任,不相信,怀疑…
in Turkish güvenmemek, itimat etmemek…
in Russian недоверие…
in Indonesian kecurigaan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不信任,不相信,懷疑…
in Polish nieufność, podejrzliwość…
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