French translation of 'trust'
1. (= faith) confiance f
to betray sb’s trust trahir la confiance de qn
to take sth on trust prendre qch pour argent comptant
to take sb on trust croire qn sur parole
a position of trust un poste de responsabilité
2. (Law) (for minor, heir) fidéicommis m
to hold sth in trust administrer qch en fidéicommis
3. (= group investing money for other people or for charity) fondation f
4. (Britain) (also: hospital trust) hôpital public autonome
1. (= have confidence in)
[person] faire confiance à
[instinct, sb’s judgement] se fier à
[advice] se fier à
Don’t you trust me? Tu ne me fais pas confiance ? ⧫ Tu n’as pas confiance en moi ?
Trust me! Fais-moi confiance !
to trust sb to do sth compter sur qn pour faire qch
to trust sb with sth confier qch à qn
I’d trust him with my life. J’ai entièrement confiance en lui.
2. (= entrust)
to trust sth to sb confier qch à qn
3. (= hope) espérer
to trust (that) ... espérer que ...
I trust you like coffee. J’espère que tu aimes le café.
Phrasal verbstrust in, trust to
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Example Sentences Including 'trust'
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The trusts can also benefit income seekers.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
They are also the most trusted in the world.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
And shrunken charitable trust asset bases have still to recover fully.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Don't take trust for granted.The Sun (2017)
It is almost as though he refuses to take on trust what he sees in the mirror.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Sometimes trusting people is a challenge but it can change good relationships into wonderful ones.The Sun (2016)
The trust gives money principally to scientific and medical causes.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Work-wise, it's good to trust your intuition.The Sun (2016)
Working alongside people you like and trust sets up a great opportunity to be part of a group that is going places.The Sun (2014)
There was a trust and belief in each other.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Who wants to work for people you cannot trust?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He argues that if you trust players and set clear expectations, they will step up to meet them.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
We would trek on ponies and you just had to put all your trust in them.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
HOSPITAL trusts overcharging for parking have defended their right to bill people, saying that some of the money is used for patient care.The Sun (2015)
One trusts that there will be no unpaid overtime.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
So the film makers earned my trust by being good at what they were doing.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
There is no general building of warmth or trust.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
This allows trusted people to manage your financial affairs.The Sun (2006)
Trusts insist their arrangements are safe and improving but patients complain that it is significantly more difficult to get diagnostic scans at weekends.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We have now got hospital trusts having to close services.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We placed our trust in the hospital which failed in so many ways so many times over.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
When will people learn that the government cannot be trusted to run anything?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Inevitably, parental trust and belief in the value of formal education is much less than one might wish for.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Is there tax on transferring the money for the property to the trust?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We have a very diverse charity sector that enjoys high public trust and confidence.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
When you make a will you may have been asked to put money into trust.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This means placing a tentative trust in a person and checking on how he handles it.Christianity Today (2000)
You will begin to trust your body more.23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)
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'trust' in Other Languages
British English: trust /trʌst/ NOUN
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.
- American English: trust
- Arabic: ثِقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: confiança
- Chinese: 信任
- Croatian: povjerenje
- Czech: důvěra
- Danish: tillid
- Dutch: vertrouwen
- European Spanish: confianza
- Finnish: luottamus
- French: confiance
- German: Vertrauen
- Greek: εμπιστοσύνη
- Italian: fiducia
- Japanese: 信頼
- Korean: 신뢰
- Norwegian: tillit
- Polish: zaufanie
- European Portuguese: confiança
- Romanian: încredere
- Russian: доверие
- Spanish: confianza
- Swedish: förtroende
- Thai: ความเชื่อใจ
- Turkish: güven
- Ukrainian: довіра
- Vietnamese: lòng tin
British English: trust /trʌst/ VERB
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.
- American English: trust
- Arabic: يَثِقُ ب
- Brazilian Portuguese: confiar
- Chinese: 信赖
- Croatian: vjerovati
- Czech: důvěřovat
- Danish: stole på
- Dutch: vertrouwen
- European Spanish: confiar
- Finnish: luottaa
- French: avoir confiance
- German: vertrauen
- Greek: εμπιστεύομαι
- Italian: fidarsi
- Japanese: 信頼する
- Korean: 신뢰하다
- Norwegian: stole på
- Polish: zaufać
- European Portuguese: confiar
- Romanian: a avea încredere în
- Russian: доверять
- Spanish: confiar
- Swedish: lita på
- Thai: ไว้วางใจ
- Turkish: güvenmek
- Ukrainian: вірити
- Vietnamese: tin
Translation of trust from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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