- v have confidence or faith in
- v allow without fear
- v be confident about something
- v expect and wish
- v confer a trust upon
- v extend credit to; I won't pay her debts anymore"
- a inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
- You're trusting another person to nurture your child," she says.
- Pony's impact on the youth of today's China will be felt in tomorrow's China as the QQ community fosters an open, trusting, creative generation.
- And so over time, I think, people start trusting each other, and they stay focused on mission, as opposed to personal ambition or grievance.
- President Bush in Washington Post
We speak out for a free press, freedom of assembly, and labor rights not to antagonize China's leaders, but because trusting its people with greater freedom is the only way for China to develop its full potential,Bush said. "We press for...
- Chris Dodd in Los Angeles Times
Rebutting claims by rival Clinton that Obama is untested, Dodd said the Illinois senator has been "poked and prodded, analyzed and criticized, called too green, too trusting and for all of that has already won" a majority of states and votes.