1 inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust; "great brown eye, true and trustful"- Nordhoff & Hall [syn: trustful] [ant: distrustful]
2 tending to trust; "she had an open and trusting nature"
- Rhymes: -ʌstɪŋ
- present participle of trust
TrustTrust may refer to:
- Trust (social sciences), a relationship of reliance.
- Trust law, where money or property is owned and managed on behalf of another
- Escrow, where a thing is held in trust until conditions are fulfilled
- Charitable trust, a trust set up for charitable reasons
- United Nations Trust Territories, the successors of the (partially reclassified) League of Nations mandates
- Trust company, a financial institution offering banking, investment and estate administration services
- Trust (19th century), an entity used in the late 19th century with intent to create a monopoly
- Massachusetts business trust, a business established under trust law.
- Investment trust, a company that invests in other companies or properties
In computer science:
- Trust (band), is a French hard rock band, rose to international fame in the early '80s
- Trust (2007 band), Belgium's entry in the 2007 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
- Trust Company (band), better known as TRUSTcompany or TRUST*CO, is an American grunge band
- Trust (Elvis Costello album), 1981, by Elvis Costello
- Trust (Low album), by Low
- "Trust (The Pharcyde song)", a single by West Coast Rap group The Pharcyde
- "Trust (Megadeth song)" by Megadeth (1997)
- "Trust (Ayumi Hamasaki song)" by Ayumi Hamasaki (1998)
- Trust (Television Programme) was a BBC Series about City of London Corporate Lawyers
In fictional organizations:
trusting in German: Trust
trusting in French: Trust
trusting in Dutch: Trust
trusting in Japanese: トラスト
trusting in Simple English: Trust
trusting in Swedish: Trust (olika betydelser)
trusting in Chinese: 信托
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