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Translation of "trust" - English-Spanish dictionary

trust

verb /trast/
to have confidence or faith; to believe
confiar (en)
She trusted (in) him.
to give (something to someone), believing that it will be used well and responsibly
confiar algo a alguien
I can’t trust him with my car I can’t trust my car to him.
to hope or be confident (that)
esperar; confiar (en que)
I trust (that) you had / will have a good journey.
trustee noun a person who keeps and takes care of something ( especially money or property) for some one else
fideicomisario
the board of trustees.
trustworthy adjective ( opposite untrustworthy) worthy of trust
de fiar/confianza, digno de confianza; fidedigno
Is your friend trustworthy?
trustworthiness noun
honradez, confiabilidad; veracidad, cualidad de fidedigno
trusty adjective able to be trusted or depended on
fiel, leal; de confianza
his trusty sword a trusty friend.
trustily adverb
fielmente, lealmente
trustiness noun
fidelidad, lealtad, confiabilidad
(Definition of trust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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