mistrust

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} güvensizlik

Yaşlı kadın bana somurtkanlık ve güvensizlikle baktı. - The old woman looked at me with surliness and mistrust.

Güvensizlik güvenliğin anasıdır. - Mistrust is the mother of safety.

kuşkulanmak
kuşku

Yaşlı kadın bana öfkeyle ve kuşkuyla baktı. - The old woman looked at me with surliness and mistrust.

itimat etmemek
güvenmemek

Arkadaşlarımıza güvenmemek onlar tarafından aldatılmaktan daha aşağılayıcıdır. - It is more ignominious to mistrust our friends than to be deceived by them.

{f} güven

Yaşlı kadın bana somurtkanlık ve güvensizlikle baktı. - The old woman looked at me with surliness and mistrust.

Arkadaşlarımıza güvenmemek onlar tarafından aldatılmaktan daha aşağılayıcıdır. - It is more ignominious to mistrust our friends than to be deceived by them.

mistrustfulgüvensiz
{f} şüphe etmek
{f} -e güvenmemek, -den kuşkulanmak/şüphe etmek
kuşkulu
şüpheli
hakkında şüphe etmek
güvenme

Arkadaşlarımıza güvenmemek onlar tarafından aldatılmaktan daha aşağılayıcıdır. - It is more ignominious to mistrust our friends than to be deceived by them.

{i} şüphe
mistrustful
şüpheci
mistrustful
şüpheli
mistrustful
kuşkulu
mistrusting
güvenmiyorum
showed mistrust
güvensizlik gösterdi
mistrustful
güvensiz
Englisch - Englisch
To have no confidence in something
To be wary, suspicious or doubtful
Lack of trust or confidence
to regard with suspicion or jealousy
{n} suspicion, dissidence
{v} to suspect, to doubt
Mistrust is the feeling that you have towards someone who you do not trust. There was mutual mistrust between the two men. a deep mistrust of state banks. = distrust
doubt about someone's honesty
{f} not trust, suspect, display lack of trust
regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
the trait of not trusting others
To forebode as near, or likely to occur; to surmise
To regard with jealousy or suspicion; to suspect; to doubt the integrity of; to distrust
If you mistrust someone or something, you do not trust them. It frequently appears that Bell mistrusts all journalists. = distrust. the feeling that you cannot trust someone, especially because you think they may treat you unfairly or dishonestly = suspicion, distrust distrust mistrust of. to not trust someone, especially because you think they may treat you unfairly or dishonestly = distrust
{i} suspicion, lack of trust, distrust
Want of confidence or trust; suspicion; distrust
Lack of trust or confidence due from suspicion
mistrustful
{a} suspicious, dissident
mistrustfulness
{n} suspicion, doubt, dissidence
To mistrust
mistrist
mistrusted
past of mistrust
mistrustful
If you are mistrustful of someone, you do not trust them. He had always been mistrustful of women. = distrustful
mistrustful
{s} suspicious, doubtful, not trusting
mistrustful
Having or causing mistrust, suspicions, or forebodings
mistrustful
openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
mistrustfully
In a mistrustful manner
mistrustfully
suspiciously, doubtfully, with mistrust
mistrustfulness
{i} distrustfulness, state of being suspicious
mistrusting
present participle of mistrust
mistrusts
third-person singular of mistrust
showed mistrust
showed a lack of confidence
mistrust
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