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put stock in sth

If you put stock in something that someone says or does, you have a high opinion of it: He's been wrong before, so I don't put much stock in what he says any more.
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Translations of “put stock in sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 信任, 看重…
in Chinese (Traditional) 信任, 看重…
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