|trusting, having confidence; trustworthy, deserving trust or confidence||trustful|
|(Yiddish) nerve, gall, audacity; self-confidence, courage||chutzpa|
|A Real Estate Investment Trust with the priority of selling its holdings within a specified period to realize capital gains.||Finite Life Real Estate Investment Trust (FREIT)|
|A unit investment trust that buys municipal bonds and usually holds them until maturity, passing the bond income on to shareholders, usually tax-free.||Municipal Investment Trust (MIT)|
|able to be classed, capable of being categorized, deserving treatment as sensitive information||classifiable|
|able to be instructed, teachable; deserving of discipline; subject to disciplinary action||disciplinable|
|accept as true, accept as truthful, credit with something, have faith in, think to be true, have religious faith, think something is good, think that something exists, trust||believe|
|acceptance of truth of something, opinion, creed; religion, faith, religious faith, something that somebody believes in, trust||belief|
|acceptance, belief that something is true, faith, confidence, trustworthiness||credence|
|accepted as a fixed basis of comparison; having trust, based on trust, founded on trust, resembling legal trust, used as basis of reference||fiducial|
|accumulate in a body part, business trust, collective resource, communal fund; treasury, general financial fund; any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, billiards, deep part of water, form a pool, form of billiards...||pool|
|achieve victory, amount of money won, be victorious; gain; obtain; arrive with great effort; succeed; acquire; convince; gain trust (or approval, favor, etc.), capture something using force, earn the love of somebody, extract something from ore, first ...||win|
|act of wilting, become weak, droop or shrivel, drooping or shriveling, withering; disease in plants, lose confidence||wilt|
|admirable, commendable, laudable, deserving praise, deserving compliments, deserving accolades||praiseworthy|
|affected by poverty, deficient, deserving pity, indigent, poor; miserable, woeful; wretched, pitiable; deficient, lacking, inferior, lacking productive potential, lacking skill, low in valuation, low or inadequate, not rich, people who are poor, people...||poor|
|affectionate and trusting, easy to use, game not forming part of competition, helpful, in a friendly manner, kindly, welcoming, cordial, amicable, like a friend, not fiercely competitive, on the same side, pleasant and welcoming, somebody who behaves l...||friendly|
|appeasement, reconciliation; compromise, getting people to trust or agree||conciliation|
|arousing compassion, moving; pitiful, pathetic, wretched, deserving pity, full of pity||piteous|
|artless, extremely simple and trusting, not previously experimented on, not shrewd or sophisticated, rejecting sophisticated techniques in art||naive; naïve; naïf|
|as expected, reliably, in a trustworthy manner, faithfully||dependably|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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