Dizdarevic testified in 2003 that he and a trust for his children owned 100 percent of Jet Set.
How do you trust what has become a breeding ground for hate speech and fraudulent talk?
And then let the mavens of transparency do the work to raise the questions that trust in an open and free government depends upon.
Polls suggest the public does not care for our policies and they do not trust our politicians.
We trust these machines to dispense cash and accept deposits.
Happy to meet you again, Mr. Carew; I trust you don't forget me.'
I know, better than you possibly can, what reasons I have to trust the strength of his affection.
"I trust that there can be no mistake upon that point, at least," replied he.
I got to trust you wholly in these matters, and I know I can do it, too.
I love him with every fibre of my whole being, and yet I cannot trust him.
c.1200, from Old Norse traust "help, confidence," from Proto-Germanic *traust- (cf. Old Frisian trast, Dutch troost "comfort, consolation," Old High German trost "trust, fidelity," German Trost "comfort, consolation," Gothic trausti "agreement, alliance"). Related to Old English treowian "to believe, trust," and treowe "faithful, trusty" (see true). Meaning "businesses organized to reduce competition" is recorded from 1877. Trust-buster is recorded from 1903.
early 13c., from Old Norse treysta "to trust," from traust (see trust (n.)). Related: Trusted; trusting.