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trust

noun
 
 
/trʌst/
BELIEF [U] B2 the belief that you can trust someone or something
доверие
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 money
доверительная собственность
Power to control
Translations of “trust”
in Korean 믿음…
in Arabic ثِقة…
in French charge, (en) fiducie, trust…
in Italian fiducia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 信任, 信任,信賴…
in Turkish itimat, güven, mutemetlik antlaşması…
in Polish zaufanie, zarząd powierniczy…
in Spanish carga, cuidado, responsabilidad…
in Portuguese confiança…
in German die Obhut, das Vertrauen, die Treuhand…
in Catalan confiança…
in Japanese 信用, 信頼…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信任, 信任,信赖…
(Definition of trust noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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