Definitions and Examples of trust, believe
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
To have confidence in the truth, reliability, or ability of someone or something.
I trust my best friend with my deepest secrets.
To accept that something is true or real, often without proof or evidence.
I believe that hard work pays off in the long run.
Key Differences: trust vs believe
- 1Trust involves having confidence in someone or something's reliability or ability.
- 2Believe involves accepting something as true or real, often without proof or evidence.
Effective Usage of trust, believe
- 1Express Confidence: Use trust to express confidence in someone or something's reliability or ability.
- 2Express Conviction: Use believe to express conviction in something's truth or reality.
- 3Enrich Vocabulary: Incorporate these antonyms in writing and speaking to expand your vocabulary.
The antonyms have distinct nuances: Trust conveys confidence in reliability or ability, while believe conveys acceptance of truth or reality. Use these words to express confidence, conviction, and enrich your vocabulary.