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VERB 信任;信赖 If you trust someone, you believe that they are honest and sincere and will not deliberately do anything to harm you.
'I trust you completely,' he said...
He did argue in a general way that the president can't be trusted.
N-UNCOUNT 信任;信赖 Your trust in someone is your belief that they are honest and sincere and will not deliberately do anything to harm you.
He destroyed me and my trust in men...
You've betrayed their trust...
VERB 相信(某人会做某事) If you trust someone to do something, you believe that they will do it.
That's why I must trust you to keep this secret...
They argued that the ruling party could not be trusted to oversee its own removal from power.
VERB 托付;托交 If you trust someone with something important or valuable, you allow them to look after it or deal with it.
This could make your superiors hesitate to trust you with major responsibilities...
I'd trust him with my life.
VERB 确信;觉得…可靠;对…放心 If you do not trust something, you feel that it is not safe or reliable.
She nodded, not trusting her own voice...
For one thing, he didn't trust his legs to hold him up...
VERB 相信;认为…是正确的 If you trust someone's judgment or advice, you believe that it is good or right.
Jake has raised two smashing kids and I trust his judgement…
I blame myself and will never be able to trust my instinct again.
VERB 希望…是对的;估计…是对的 If you say you trust that something is true, you mean you hope and expect that it is true.
I trust you will take the earliest opportunity to make a full apology...
We trust that he and his department are considering our suggestion.
VERB 坚信;深信;信仰 If you trust in someone or something, you believe strongly in them, and do not doubt their powers or their good intentions.
He was a pastor who trusted in the Lord who lived to preach.
Don't blindly trust in the good faith of any government official.
N-COUNT (财产)信托，托管 A trust is a financial arrangement in which a group of people or an organization keeps and invests money for someone.
You could also set up a trust so the children can't spend any inheritance until they are a certain age…
The money will be put in trust until she is 18.
钱会交付他人托管，直到她年满 18 岁。
N-COUNT 信托基金机构;财产托管机构 A trust is a group of people or an organization that has control of an amount of money or property and invests it on behalf of other people or as a charity.
He had set up two charitable trusts...
The National Childbirth Trust has recently conducted a survey of 1,271 new mothers.
国家生育信托基金会最近对 1,271 位新妈妈做了一个调查。
N-COUNT 公立医院(由政府资助、独立经营) In Britain, a trust or a trust hospital is a public hospital that receives its funding directly from the national government. It has its own board of governors and is not controlled by the local health authority.
St Mary's Hospital in Paddington became a self-governing trust this week.
PHRASE 受托管;被托管 If something valuable is kept in trust, it is held and protected by a group of people or an organization on behalf of other people.
The British Library holds its collection in trust for the nation...
Works of art are in trust to us during our lifetime.
PHRASE 完全相信;对…毫不置疑 If you take something on trust after having heard or read it, you believe it completely without checking it.
He was adamant that the allegations were untrue, so I took him on trust.