English - Vietnamese Dictionary
trust /trʌst/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự tín nhiệm, lòng tin, sự tin cậy
- to have (put, repose) trust in someone: tin cậy ai, tín nhiệm ai
- a breach of trust: sự bội tín
- you must take what I say on trust: anh cứ tin vào lời tôi
- niềm hy vọng, kỳ vọng, sự tin tưởng, sự trông mong
- you are my sole trust: anh là nguồn hy vọng duy nhất của tôi, tôi chỉ biết trông mong vào anh
- sự giao phó, sự phó thác, sự uỷ thác
- to commit to someone's trust: giao phó cho ai trông nom, uỷ thác cho ai
- to have in trust: được giao phó, được uỷ thác
- to leave in trust: uỷ thác
- to lold a property in trust: (pháp lý) trông nom một tài sản được uỷ thác
- trách nhiệm
- a position of great trust: một chức vị có trách nhiệm lớn
- (thương nghiệp) sự mua chịu, sự bán chịu
- to supply goods on trust: cung cấp hàng chịu
- to deliver goods on trust: giao hàng chịu
- ngoại động từ
- tin, tin cậy, tín nhiệm; trông cậy
- to trust someone: tin ai, tín nhiệm ai
- his words can't be trusted: lời nói của nó không thể tin được
- hy vọng
- I trust that you are in good health: tôi hy vọng rằng anh vấn khoẻ mạnh
- I trust to be able to join you: tôi hy vọng có thể đến với anh
- giao phó, phó thác, uỷ thác
- I know I can trust my children with you: tôi biết tôi có thể giao phó con cái tôi cho anh được
- phó mặc, để mặc, bỏ mặc
- I can't trust you out of my sight: tôi không thể phó mặc anh không trông nom dòm ngó gì đến
- bán chịu, cho chịu
- you can trust him for any amount: anh có thể cho hắn chịu bao nhiêu cũng được
- nội động từ
- trông mong, tin cậy
- to trust to luck: trông vào sự may mắn
- to trust in someone: tin ở ai
+something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary)
+certainty based on past experience
+the trait of believing in the honesty and reliability of others
+a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service
+complete confidence in a person or plan etc
+a trustful relationship
+have confidence or faith in
+allow without fear
+be confident about something
+expect and wish
+confer a trust upon
+extend credit to
Advanced English Dictionary
1 confidence, reliance, faith, conviction, certitude, certainty, sureness, positiveness, assurance, belief:
2 credit, reliability, dependability, credibility, trustworthiness:
The company will sell you the piano on trust.
3 custody, care, keeping, charge, guardianship, protection, safe keeping, trusteeship:
The money is in trust for Gillian's grandchildren.
4 monopoly, cartel; group, corporation, conglomerate:
An international trust controls the world market in diamonds.
5 rely (on or upon), have faith or confidence (in), confide (in), depend or bank or count (on or upon), pin (one's) faith or hopes on or upon:
I trust that you will attend the meeting. In God we trust - others must pay cash. Can I trust you to keep a secret? Don't trust to luck.
6 entrust, commit, give, delegate, make or turn or sign or hand over, depute, assign, empower, consign:
I shouldn't trust my money to her.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] ~ (in sb/sth) the belief that sb/sth is good, sincere, honest, etc. and will not try to harm or deceive you: Her trust in him was unfounded. + a partnership based on trust + It has taken years to earn their trust. + If you put your trust in me, I will not let you down. + She will not betray your trust (= do sth that you have asked her not to do). + He was appointed to a position of trust (= a job involving a lot of responsibility, because people trust him). + a breach of trust + If I were you, I would not place too much trust in their findings.
2 [C, U] (law) an arrangement by which an organization or a group of people has legal control of money or property that has been given to sb, usually until that person reaches a particular age; an amount of money or property that is controlled in this way: He set up a trust for his children. + The money will be held in trust until she is 18. + Our fees depend on the value of the trust.
See also - UNIT TRUST
3 [C] (law) an organization or a group of people that invests money that is given or lent to it and uses the profits to help a charity: a charitable trust
4 [C] (business) (especially AmE) a group of companies that work together illegally to reduce competition, control prices, etc: anti-trust laws
Idioms: in sb's trust
in the trust of sb being looked after by sb: The family pet was left in the trust of a neighbour.
take sth on trust to believe what sb says even though you do not have any proof or evidence to show that it is true
1 to have confidence in sb; to believe that sb is good, sincere, honest, etc: [VN] She trusts Alan implicitly. + [VN to inf] Can they be trusted to take care of the business while we are away? + You can trust me not to tell anyone.
2 [VN] to believe that sth is true or correct or that you can rely on it: He trusted her judgement. + Don't trust what the newspapers say!
3 [V (that)] (formal) to hope and expect that sth is true: I trust (that) you have no objections to our proposals?
Idioms: not trust sb an inch to not trust sb at all: He says he just wants to help you but I wouldn't trust him an inch if I were you.
trust you, him, her, etc. (to do sth) (spoken, informal) used when sb does or says sth that you think is typical of them: Trust John to forget Sue's birthday!
more at TRIED
Phrasal Verbs: trust in sb/sth (formal) to have confidence in sb/sth; to believe that sb/sth is good and can be relied on: She needs to trust more in her own abilities.
trust to sth [no passive] to put your confidence in sth such as luck, chance, etc. because there is nothing else to help you: I stumbled along in the dark, trusting to luck to find the right door.
trust sb with sth/sb to give sth/sb to a person to take care of because you believe they would be very careful with it/them: I'd trust her with my life.
1 relying on sb/sth
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).
the fragile trust that existed between them
| misplaced | public
the need to restore public trust
VERB + TRUST
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
efforts to promote mutual trust between nations
| ~ in
His trust in them was misplaced.
a breach of trust, a lack of trust, a position of trust
As a teacher, you are in a position of trust.
2 financial arrangement
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
His father put the money in trust for him until he was 21.
| ~ for
the Cecil Houses Trust for old people verb
I trust you implicitly.
| completely, fully | not entirely, not quite, not really
You can never entirely trust even a ‘tame’ leopard.
VERB + TRUST
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.
I stumbled along in the dark, trusting to luck to find the right door.
I'd trust her with my life.
not to be trusted
He is not to be trusted with other people's money.
| tried and trusted
tried and trusted techniques
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