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trust

noun
 
 
/trʌst/
BELIEF [U] B2 the belief that you can trust someone or something: a marriage based on love and trust They showed a lot of trust in me right from the beginning. →  Opposite distrust , mistrust Loyal, faithful and dependable
LEGAL ARRANGEMENT [C, U] a legal arrangement that allows a person or organization to control someone else's moneyPower to control
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