not trust (one) an inch

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not trust (one) an inch

To not trust one at all. I've known Vick since we were kids, and I don't trust him an inch—he's always up to something.
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not trust somebody an ˈinch

not trust somebody at all: He says he just wants to help you but I wouldn’t trust him an inch if I were you.
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So, teachers are deeply unhappy that politicians purport to believe in them, whilst at the same time having policies that suggest that they don't trust them an inch.
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