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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But, of course, we have perfect trust in each other," said Rosalind presently, with charming illogicality.
Kings in ancient times (and at this present in some countries) were wont to put great trust in eunuchs; because they that are envious towards all are more obnoxious and officious, towards one.
And if I work, as work I shall, no matter trust or no trust, without my friend trust in me, I work with heavy heart and feel, oh so lonely when I want all help and courage that may be
Take your life in your hands and go your own way, or trust in us who are doing our best to save you.
They knelt together, and the good man prayed,--for there are some feelings so agitated and tumultuous, that they can find rest only by being poured into the bosom of Almighty love,--and then, rising up, the new-found family embraced each other, with a holy trust in Him, who from such peril and dangers, and by such unknown ways, had brought them together.
If Europe ever becomes a grand council of free nations,--as I trust in God it will,--if, there, serfdom, and all unjust and oppressive social inequalities, are done away; and if they, as France and England have done, acknowledge our position,--then, in the great congress of nations, we will make our appeal, and present the cause of our enslaved and suffering race; and it cannot be that free, enlightened America will not then desire to wipe from her escutcheon that bar sinister which disgraces her among nations, and is as truly a curse to her as to the enslaved.
Quantum Workplace evaluates the key factors affecting employee engagement, including perceptions of teamwork, manager effectiveness, trust ins senior leaders, trust in coworkers, retention, alignment with goals, feeling valued, individual contribution, job satisfaction, and benefits.
She puts it plainly: "It is time to put the IIM trust in competent, professional, accountable hands and make it into a proper trust.
I believe the American people are silent because they have faith and trust in their president to single-handedly bring this to a peaceful end very soon.
The Note, which was discharged on June 22, 1993, represented partial consideration for the sale of shares of the company and British-American Insurance Company, Limited ("BA") by the McMillen Trust in connection with the corporate reorganization of the company and BA in December 1991.
Immigration advocates called the council's action a modest step toward rebuilding trust in the immigrant community.
We're pleased that so many companies are putting their trust in Aldon's best practices change management solutions," said Ronald Put, vice president of North American Sales at Aldon.
Danielson does not anticipate receipt of any material distributions from the trust in the future.
We are honored that Argonne National Laboratory continues to place its trust in BroadWare technology to expand research capabilities for its scientists," said William Stuntz, CEO of BroadWare.