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Adjective: trusted  trú-stid
  1. (of persons) worthy of trust or confidence
    "a trusted friend";
    - sure
Verb: trust  trúst
  1. Have confidence or faith in
    "We can trust in God";
    - swear, rely, bank
     
  2. Allow without fear
     
  3. Be confident about something
    "I trust that he will come back from the war";
    - believe
     
  4. Expect and wish
    "I trust you will behave better from now on";
    - hope, desire
     
  5. Confer a trust upon
    "The messenger was trusted with the general's secret";
    - entrust, intrust [archaic], confide, commit
     
  6. Extend credit to
    "don't trust my ex-wife; I won't pay her debts anymore"

See also: trustable, trustworthy, trusty

Type of: allow, anticipate, believe, countenance, expect, give, hand, lend, let, loan, pass, pass on, permit, reach, turn over, wish

Antonym: mistrust

Encyclopedia: Trusted

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