trusted

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtrʌstɪd/

WordReference English Collocations © 2020

trusted

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a trusted [friend, colleague, relative, coworker, ally, lender, bank]
  2. a trusted [port, connection, network]
  3. a trusted [witness, informant]
  4. a trusted [name, brand] in [home computers, kitchen appliances]
  5. our trusted [partners, associates, sponsors]
  6. a trusted [legal, financial, business] advisor
  7. [wrote, reported, quoted] from a trusted source
  8. a trusted source of [gossip, news, information]
  9. trusted and [secure, safe, efficient, reliable]
  10. a tried and trusted [method, approach] to
  11. a tried and trusted [product, service]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

trust

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. trust your [friends, spouse, family]
  2. trust you [explicitly, completely, entirely]
  3. trust you with my [life, money]
  4. trust you to [go]
  5. (you can) trust me
  6. wouldn't trust him with the [job, responsibility]
  7. trust that you can [go, finish, help, do, make]
  8. trust that you will be able to [go]
  9. trust that you will [go]
  10. don't trust [her, what you read, everything you hear]
  11. I don't trust him as far as I can [throw him, spit]
  12. never trust a [lawyer, thief, man who]
  13. trust no one
  14. trust him to [spoil it, mess it up]!
  15. trust the [information, data, facts]
  16. trust what you are telling me
  17. trust in [her, yourself]
  18. trust in your [ability to, knowledge of]
  19. trusted by [thousands]
n
  1. have [full, complete, entire, great] trust (in)
  2. a [great, large, certain] amount of trust
  3. a [great] amount of trust in the [government, leader, coach]
  4. [hardly, barely] any trust (in)
  5. [worker, consumer, public] trust
  6. broke my trust
  7. lost my trust in you
  8. build trust (with)
  9. [gained, regained, earned] her trust
  10. the trust of his [wife, son, parents]
  11. the trust of the [voters, nation, company]
  12. a [showing, display, gesture] of trust
  13. in a [position, role] of trust
  14. sell [goods, merchandise, items] on trust
  15. left our [valuables, possessions, jewelry] in his trust
  16. the [money, fund, estate] was held in trust
  17. [set up, open] a trust for (your children)
  18. my [grandfather's] trust
n as adj
  1. have trust issues
  2. trust-building activities
  3. a trust [fund, account, company]
  4. trust [capital, investments, laws, regulations]
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