Archive | February, 2014

trust

22 Feb
trust
trʌst/
noun
noun: trust
  1. 1.
    firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something.
    “relations have to be built on trust”
    trust
    synonyms: confidence, belief, faith, freedom from suspicion/doubt, sureness, certainty, certitude, assurance, conviction, credence, reliance More

    “a relationship built on mutual trust and respect”
  2. 2.
    Law
    an arrangement whereby a person (a trustee) holds property as its nominal owner for the good of one or more beneficiaries.
    “a trust was set up”
    trust
    synonyms: safe keeping, keeping, protection, charge, care, custody; More

    trusteeship, guardianship
    “the money is to be held in trust for his son”
love and trust
verb
verb: trust; 3rd person present: trusts; past tense: trusted; past participle: trusted; gerund or present participle: trusting
trust
1.
believe in the reliability, truth, or ability of.
“I should never have trusted her”
trust
broken trust
trust-yourself1
synonyms: have faith in, put/place one’s trust in, have (every) confidence in, believe in, pin one’s hopes/faith on; More
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10 Feb sun rise on a new day

new

njuː/
adjective
first day at school
adjective: new; comparative adjective: newer; superlative adjective: newest
  1. 1.
    produced, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time; not existing before.
    “the new Madonna album”
    new nike free runs
    synonyms: recently developed, newly discovered, brand new, up to the minute, up to date, latest, current, state-of-the-art, contemporary, present-day, advanced, recent, modern; More

    newly arrived, newborn
    “Roger used new techniques of measuring and recording growth”
    informalway out, far out
    “the committee is generally tolerant of new ideas”
    • not previously used or owned.
      little baby feet
      synonyms: unused, brand new, as new, pristine, fresh, mint, in mint condition More

      “you have to decide whether to buy your boat new or second-hand”
      antonyms: second-hand, used
    • of recent origin or arrival.
      “a new baby”
    • (of vegetables) dug or harvested early in the season.
      “new potatoes”
      newly weds kissing
  2. 2.
    already existing but seen, experienced, or acquired recently or now for the first time.
    “her new bike”
  3. 3.
    beginning anew and in a transformed way.
    “starting a new life”

    • sun rise on a new day
adverb
adverb: new
  1. 1.
    newly; recently.
    “new-mown hay”