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trust /trʌst/ noun

تاسیس به خصوصی است در حقوق انگلوساکسون که در ان شخصی مالی را به شخص دیگری منتقل میکند و این شخص متعهد می شود امور خاصی را نسبت به شخص ثالث انجام دهد و یا به طور کلی اموری را که مورد نظر موسس بوده بجا اورد ، امانت گذاشتن ، ودیعه گذاشتن ، تراست ، ایمان ، توکل ، اطمینان ، امید ، اعتقاد ، اعتبار ، مسئولیت ، امانت ، ودیعه ، اتحادیه شرکتها ، ائتلاف ، اعتماد داشتن ، مطمئن بودن ، پشت گرمی داشتن به ، قانون ـ فقه: امانت ، ودیعه ، روانشناسی: اعتماد ، بازرگانی: مدیریت امانی ، انحصارات چند جانبه
- believe in, bank on, count on, depend on, have faith in, rely upon
- consign, assign, commit, confide, delegate, entrust, give
- expect, assume, hope, presume, suppose, surmise
- confidence, assurance, belief, certainty, conviction, credence, credit, expectation, faith, reliance
Antonyms: mistrust
Contrasted words: doubt, dubiety, dubiosity, skepticism, suspicion, uncertainty
Related Words: assurance, certainty, certitude, conviction, belief, credence, credit, positiveness, sureness, entrustment, overconfidence, oversureness, commit, consign, hand over

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. trust1 S1 W2 /trʌst/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: trusting, trustworthyuntrustworthy, trusty, distrustful, mistrustful; noun: trustdistrustmistrust, trustee, trusteeship, trustworthiness; verb: trustdistrustmistrust]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse; Origin: traust 'confidence, trust']

1. BELIEF [uncountable] a strong belief in the honesty, goodness etc of someone or something:
At first there was a lack of trust between them.
an agreement made on the basis of mutual trust (=when people trust each other)
put/place your trust in somebody/something
You shouldn’t put your trust in a man like that.
You betrayed your father’s trust (=did something bad even though he trusted you).breach of trust at breach1(3)

2. ORGANIZATION [countable usually singular] an organization or group that has control over money that will be used to help someone else:
a charitable trust

3. FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENT [uncountable and countable] an arrangement by which someone has legal control of your money or property, either until you are old enough to use it or to invest it for you:
The money your father left you will be held in trust until you are fund, unit trust

4. take something on trust to believe that something is true without having any proof:
I just had to take it on trust that he would deliver the money.

5. position of trust a job or position in which you have been given the responsibility of making important decisions

6. COMPANIES [countable] especially American English a group of companies that illegally work together to reduce competition and control prices:
anti-trust laws

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. trust2 S2 W3 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: trusting, trustworthyuntrustworthy, trusty, distrustful, mistrustful; noun: trustdistrustmistrust, trustee, trusteeship, trustworthiness; verb: trustdistrustmistrust]

1. PEOPLE to believe that someone is honest or will not do anything bad or wrong Antonym : distrust, mistrust:
I just don’t trust him.
trust somebody to do something
Can they be trusted to look after the house?
I didn’t trust myself not to say something rude, so I just kept quiet.
trust somebody completely/implicitly
He was a good driver and I trusted him implicitly.
not trust somebody an inch/not trust somebody as far as you can throw them (=not trust someone at all)

2. FACTS/JUDGEMENT to be sure that something is correct or right Synonym : believe in, rely on:
Can we trust these statistics?
I trust his judgement completely.
Trust your instincts (=do what you feel is the right thing)!

3. THINGS to be sure that something will work properly Synonym : rely on:
Not trusting her voice, she shook her head.
trust something to do something
You can’t trust the trains to run on time.
He sat down suddenly, as if he didn’t trust his legs to support him.

4. trust you/him/them etc (to do something)! spoken used to say that someone has behaved in a bad or stupid way that is typical of them:
Trust you to write down the wrong number!

5. I trust (that) spoken formal used to say politely that you hope something is true:
I trust that from now on you will take greater precautions.
trusting, ⇒ tried and trusted at tried2
trust in something/somebody phrasal verb formal
to believe in someone or something:
We trust in God.
trust to something phrasal verb
to hope that what you want to happen will happen, because there is nothing you can do about it:
I’ll just have to trust to luck that it works out okay.
I hope I may trust to your discretion.
trust somebody with something phrasal verb
to let someone have something or have control over something, believing that they will be careful with it:
I wouldn’t trust him with the keys.
I’d trust her with my life.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. relying on sb/sth
ADJ. great They have placed great trust in him as a negotiator.
absolute, complete | blind, implicit They followed the instructions in blind trust that all would turn out well.
basic | mutual | sacred They accepted the responsibility as a sacred trust (= sth that had been trusted to them).
fragile the fragile trust that existed between them
misplaced | public the need to restore public trust
VERB + TRUST have We have absolute trust in the teachers. Does the scheme have the trust and cooperation of the workers?
place, put | build (up), develop | earn, gain, win | abuse, betray He claimed the government had betrayed the trust of the British peo
lose | restore | be based on a relationship based on trust
TRUST + VERB exist
PREP. ~ between efforts to promote mutual trust between nations
~ in His trust in them was misplaced.
PHRASES a breach of trust, a lack of trust, a position of trust As a teacher, you are in a position of trust.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. financial arrangement
ADJ. independent, self-governing | offshore, overseas | investment | unit Investing in a unit trust reduces risks for small investors.
charitable, family, hospital
VERB + TRUST hold sth in/on, keep sth in The proceeds will be held in trust for the children until they are eighteen.
create, establish, set up Wealthy people can set up overseas trusts for their children.
invest in | administer, run
TRUST + NOUN account, assets, fund | deed | status | manager | beneficiary, holder
PREP. in ~ His father put the money in trust for him until he was 21.
~ for the Cecil Houses Trust for old people

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. implicitly I trust you implicitly.
completely, fully | not entirely, not quite, not really You can never entirely trust even a ‘tame’ leopard.
VERB + TRUST can/could I knew I could trust John.
be prepared to, be willing to | be reluctant to I was reluctant to trust the evidence of my senses.
PREP. to I stumbled along in the dark, trusting to luck to find the right door.
with I'd trust her with my life.
PHRASES not to be trusted He is not to be trusted with other people's money.
tried and trusted tried and trusted techniques

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: After he was caught stealing, nobody trusted in him.
GOOD: After he was caught stealing, nobody trusted him.

Usage Note:
trust in = (formal or literary) have faith in: 'All will be well as long as you trust in God.'
trust (WITHOUT in )= believe that someone is honest (and will not hurt or deceive you): 'He's just a bit too friendly and I'm afraid I don't trust him.' 'I'm the only person he'll trust to look after his money.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: in trust

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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