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mistrustverb [T]

 us   /mɪsˈtrʌst/
to have ​doubts about the ​honesty of someone or be ​unable to ​trust something: I’ve always mistrusted ​leaders who make too many ​promises.
noun [U]  us   /mɪsˈtrʌst/
Their mistrust of ​lawyersremained with them ​long after the ​lawsuit was ​settled.
(Definition of mistrust from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mistrust”
in Spanish desconfiar…
in Vietnamese nghi ngờ…
in Malaysian rasa ragu…
in Thai ไม่เชื่อใจใน…
in French se méfier de…
in German mißtrauen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不信任,不相信, 怀疑…的真实性…
in Turkish güvensizlik, kuşku, itimatsızlık…
in Russian недоверие…
in Indonesian tidak mempercayai…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不信任,不相信, 懷疑…的真實性…
in Polish nieufność…
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