mistrustful

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Englisch - Türkisch
şüpheli
kuşkulu
güvensiz
{s} şüpheci
mistrust
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.

mistrust
itimat etmemek
mistrust
kuşkulanmak
mistrust
kuşku

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

mistrust
{f} güven

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.

mistrust
{i} şüphe
mistrust
şüphe etmek
mistrust
hakkında şüphe etmek
mistrust
kuşkulu
mistrust
{f} güvenmemek

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

mistrust
şüpheli
mistrust
{f} -e güvenmemek, -den kuşkulanmak/şüphe etmek
mistrust
güvenme

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

mistrust
mistrustfulgüvensiz
Englisch - Englisch
Having or causing mistrust, suspicions, or forebodings

Their light blown out in some mistrustful wood. William Shakespeare.

{a} suspicious, dissident
{s} suspicious, doubtful, not trusting
If you are mistrustful of someone, you do not trust them. He had always been mistrustful of women. = distrustful
openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
mistrust
Lack of trust or confidence
mistrust
To be wary, suspicious or doubtful
mistrust
To have no confidence in something
mistrust
to regard with suspicion or jealousy
mistrust
{v} to suspect, to doubt
mistrust
{n} suspicion, dissidence
mistrust
the trait of not trusting others
mistrust
{f} not trust, suspect, display lack of trust
mistrust
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
mistrust
doubt about someone's honesty
mistrust
To forebode as near, or likely to occur; to surmise
mistrust
To regard with jealousy or suspicion; to suspect; to doubt the integrity of; to distrust
mistrust
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
mistrust
{i} suspicion, lack of trust, distrust
mistrust
Want of confidence or trust; suspicion; distrust
mistrust
Lack of trust or confidence due from suspicion
mistrust
regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
mistrustfully
In a mistrustful manner
mistrustfully
suspiciously, doubtfully, with mistrust
mistrustful
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