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distrust 

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distrust

[dis'trʌst]

v.不信任
n.不信任, 怀疑

例句与用法:

Her constant lying led me to distrust everything she said.

她总撤谎,我完全不相信她的话了。

She was always looked on with distrust.

人家对她总是不信任。

He has an inherent distrust of foreigners.

他天生对外国人不信任。

He has a distrust of strangers.

他不信任陌生人。

Negotiations between unions and management are made more difficult by mutual distrust.

工会和资方之间的谈判由于互不信任而愈加困难。

词形变化:

动词过去式: distrusted | 动词过去分词: distrusted | 动词现在分词: distrusting | 动词第三人称单数: distrusts |

vt.

不信任; 怀疑

He distrusted his own father.

他不信任自己的父亲。

n.

不信任; 怀疑[U][S1]

The child looked at the stranger with distrust.

那孩子用怀疑的目光望着陌生人。


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