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distrust

US [dɪsˈtrʌst]
UK [dɪs'trʌst]
  • n.怀疑;不信任
  • v.怀疑;不信任
  • Web不相信;不信用;猜疑
Simple Present:distrusts  Present Participle:distrusting  Past Tense:distrusted  
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n.
1.
[u][sing]
不信任;怀疑a feeling of not being able to trust sb/sth
They looked at each other with distrust.
他们心怀戒备地看着对方。
He has a deep distrust of all modern technology.
他对所有现代技术都深表怀疑。
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
不信任;怀疑to feel that you cannot trust or believe sb/sth
She distrusted his motives for wanting to see her again.
她怀疑他想再见她一面是别有用心。

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