- v.不信任（某人或某物）( distrust的过去式和过去分词 );
The workers distrusted the large promises made by the capitalist.
He in particular, distrusted this new research.
In the neat salons of these quiet streets, strangers are distrusted.
They distrusted it and refused to carry it out.
They distrusted the promise made by their boss.
Karen Hughes , one of his closest advisers , " rarely read books and distrusted people who did "
布什的内阁“值得依赖”,然而却缺乏 “ 真正的聪慧之士”
She could not allow the stranger to enter her house, for she distrusted him.