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Spanish translation of “distrust”

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)
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