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trust

noun (BELIEF)
信任
 
 
/trʌst/
[U] the belief that you can trust someone or something
信任,信賴
a relationship based on trust and understanding
建立在信任與理解基礎上的關係
We were obviously wrong to put our trust in her.
顯然,我們不該信任她。
He's in a position of trust (= a position with responsibilities, especially to the public).
他身居要職。
Trusting and not trusting
take sth on trust to believe that something is true although you have no proof
憑空相信,貿然相信
Trusting and not trusting
(Definition of trust noun (BELIEF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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