Definition of “trust” - Learner’s Dictionary

trust

noun us uk /trʌst/
We place our trust in doctors, but even they are fallible.Children need to have feelings of trust and security.They showed a lot of trust in me right from the beginning.He accused her of betraying his trust.She won the trust of all her students.
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
LEGAL ARRANGEMENT [ C, U ]

a legal arrangement that allows a person or organization to control someone else's money

(Definition of “trust noun” from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)