In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(child/colleague) digno de confianza(account/witness) fidedigno
- Trust is in truth unlikely to be restored for so long as politicians try and prove that one side is more honest and trustworthy than the other.
- The groups change every few sessions and they're very open and trustworthy.
- They know that they will have to vote for the most trustworthy person if they want to maximize their own interests.
- The first thing that he needed was a trustworthy driver, who could be relied on to stay sober.
- He's very trustworthy, he's honest and he's much braver than I am, as a gamekeeper he has to be.
- He was honest and trustworthy and drove for a fixed fare set by the hotel.
- Once employed, I class myself as a trustworthy and reliable person, despite the fact I have a back problem.
- Do they have a trustworthy neighbour they can ring if they get into difficulties and a number to contact you at work?
- The officer said the defendant had expressed himself as somebody who was trustworthy, very reliable and keen.
- You prefer to describe yourself as dependable, honest, practical and trustworthy.
- As you will understand I am putting all my trust on your trustworthy and honest character.
- A caring neighbour both honest and trustworthy, he loved the affairs of the day.
- The Siberian Husky loves children and its reliable temperament makes it trustworthy.
- He is completely honest and trustworthy, and his record of service to his patients is second to none.
- I would like to think they would say I am trustworthy, helpful and reliable.
- I think language is one of the many ways we learn to identify those who are trustworthy and loyal to us.
- Both of them have shown a tendency to distort the truth, and so neither is trustworthy.
- By being honest and trustworthy, you are marketing yourself to prospective customers.
- He looks very professional and trustworthy, and I hope things work out for him.
- The impression that he gave me was that he was a very honest and trustworthy young man.
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