French translation of 'trusting'
Example Sentences Including 'trusting'
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Leonard, still not trusting himself to avoid more of his `Well, actually, no", shook his head.THE INNOCENT (2001)
Douglas had kept them locked carefully away in the safe, but Brian was more trusting and left them lying openly on his desk.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
She was filled with a helpless hatred of Bellringer for his manipulation of those trusting souls who had followed him.THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2001)
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'trusting' in Other Languages
British English: trusting /ˈtrʌstɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A trusting person believes that people are honest and sincere and do not intend to harm him or her.
She has an open, trusting nature.
- American English: trusting
- Arabic: مُؤْتَـمَن
- Brazilian Portuguese: confiante
- Chinese: 信任的
- Croatian: koji se uzda
- Czech: důvěřivý
- Danish: tillidsfuld
- Dutch: vertrouwend
- European Spanish: confiado
- Finnish: luottavainen
- French: confiant
- German: vertrauensvoll
- Greek: εμπιστευτικός
- Italian: fiducioso
- Japanese: 信じている
- Korean: 신뢰하는
- Norwegian: tillitsfull
- Polish: ufny
- European Portuguese: confiante
- Romanian: credul
- Russian: доверчивый
- Spanish: confiado
- Swedish: godtrogen
- Thai: ที่ไว้วางใจ
- Turkish: güvenen
- Ukrainian: довірливий
- Vietnamese: hay tin người
Translation of trusting from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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