trust in

trust in someone or something

to believe in someone or something. Trust in me. I know what I am saying. Can I trust in the figures in this report?
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trust in

v.
To depend on someone or something: The preacher told the congregation to trust in God.
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References in classic literature ?
That's the way the Chattanooga Coal and Iron Company was swallowed up by the trust in the last panic.
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Immigration advocates called the council's action a modest step toward rebuilding trust in the immigrant community.