put trust in (someone or something)(redirected from put one's trust in)
put trust in (someone or something)
To believe in, have faith in, or depend on someone or something. A possessive pronoun can be used between "put" and "trust." A majority of citizens have responded to our poll that they no longer put trust in the government's ability to manage the national debt. We're all putting our trust in you to resolve this problem as efficiently as possible.
put one's trust in someone or something
to trust someone or something. Will I never be able to put my trust in you? You can put your trust in the bank. Its deposits are insured.