be in somebody's confidence

be in (one's) confidence

To be viewed as trustworthy enough to know one's private information. I can't tell you what Phil said—I'm in his confidence!
See also: confidence
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be in somebody’s ˈconfidence

be trusted with somebody’s secrets: He is said to be very much in the President’s confidence.
See also: confidence
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