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trust

verb
 
 
/trʌst/
B1 [T] to believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you
ufać
My sister warned me not to trust him. →  Opposite distrust , mistrust Trusting and not trusting
trust sb to do sth to be sure that someone will do the right thing or what they should do
ufać lub wierzyć, że ktoś coś zrobi
I trust them to make the right decision.Trusting and not trusting
trust sb with sb/sth to allow someone to look after someone or something because you believe they will be careful
powierzyć komuś kogoś/coś
I wouldn't trust him with my car.Trusting and not trusting
Trust sb (to do sth)! mainly UK informal used to say that it is typical of someone to do something stupid
Można się było ( czegoś po kimś ) spodziewać!
Trust Chris to leave the tickets at home!Typifying, illustrating and exemplifyingMeaning and significance
I trust (that) formal used to say that you hope something is true
mam nadzieję, że
I trust that you had an enjoyable stay.Hoping and hopefulnessPotential
(Definition of trust verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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