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vertrauen

Stressed vowel length and/or separability: vertra̲u̲en

intransitives Verb

  • jemandem/einer Sache vertra̲u̲en
    trust somebody/something
    auf etwas (Akk.) vertra̲u̲en
    [put one's] trust in something
    auf sein Glück vertra̲u̲en
    trust to luck
    ich vertraue darauf, dass …
    I am confident or have confidence that …
    auf Gott vertra̲u̲en
    put one's trust in God

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Vertrauen
Stressed vowel length and/or separability: Vertra̲u̲en

Neutrum Vertra̲u̲ens

  • Vertra̲u̲en zu jemandem/etwas haben/fassen
    have/come to have confidence in somebody/something
    trust/come to trust somebody/something
    er hat kein Vertra̲u̲en zu sich selbst
    he has no confidence in himself or self-confidence
    er hat mein volles Vertra̲u̲en
    I have complete confidence in him
    jemandem [sein] Vertra̲u̲en schenken
    put one's trust in somebody
    jemandem das od. sein Vertra̲u̲en entziehen
    withdraw the trust or confidence one has/had [placed] in somebody
    jemandes Vertra̲u̲en enttäuschen/erschüttern
    betray somebody's trust/destroy somebody's confidence [in one]
    das Parlament sprach dem Kanzler das Vertra̲u̲en aus
    parliament passed a vote of confidence in the Chancellor
    sein Vertra̲u̲en in jemanden/etwas setzen
    put or place one's trust in somebody/something
    sein od. das Vertra̲u̲en zu jemandem verlieren
    lose confidence in somebody
    im Vertra̲u̲en [gesagt]
    between you and me
    im Vertra̲u̲en auf etwas (Akk.)
    trusting to or in something
    im Vertra̲u̲en darauf, dass …
    trusting that …
    ein Mann seines Vertra̲u̲ens
    a man whom he trusts
    jemanden ins Vertra̲u̲en ziehen
    take somebody into one's confidence

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