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 English Latin
believe one who has had experience (i.e., trust the expert) (Virgil)experto crede (or experto credite)
can you fear to trust the word of a man whose honesty you have known in his handling of money? (Terence)cujus tu fidem in pecunia perspexeris, verere ei verba credere?
confidence, trust, assurancefiducia
die rather than betray trustprius mori quam fidem fallere
do not trust an angry man with a sword (Seneca)male irato ferrum committitur
do not trust prosperity too muchnimium rebus ne fide secundis
do not trust the horse, Trojans. Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks even when they are bearing gifts (Virgil)equo ne credite, Teucri. Quidquid id est, timeo Danaos et dona ferentes
falsehood often borders so nearly on the truth that a wise man should not trust himself to the precipice (Cicero)ita finitima sunt falsa veris, ut in præcipitem locum non debeat se sapiens committere
I trustconfido
I trust and I am completely at restconfido et conquiesco
I trust in Godin Deo confido
I trust in my probity (i.e., honesty or uprightness)confido in probitate
I trust in the truth of religionin veritate religionis confido
I trust no rich man who is officiously kind to a poor man (Plautus)nemini credo, qui large blandus est dives pauperi
I trust not to timenon credo tempori
I trust to virtue not to armsvirtuti non armis fido
Idiot of idiots, to trust what is written!Stultior stulto fuisti, qui tabellis crederes!
in God we trust (motto of Brown University)in Deo speramus
in Jehovah is my trustin Jehovah fides mea
in the Lord we trustin Domino confido
it is better to trust our eyes than our earsoculis magis habenda fides quam auribus
it is equally an error to trust (or confide) in all and in none (Seneca)utrumque vitium est, et omnibus credere et nulli
never trust an alliance with the powerful (Phrædrus)nunquam est fidelis cum potente societas
no one testifying to his own baseness ought to be heard (i.e., do not trust the words of the debased)nemo allegans suam turpitudinem audiendus est
nowhere is trust safe; or, nowhere is there true fidelity (or honor) (Virgil)nusquam tuta fides
O handsome child, trust not too much in your youthful color (Virgil)O formose puer, nimium ne crede colori
persevere and trust in Godpersevera Deoque confide
Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow. (Horace)Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero
there is no trust among colleagues in power, and all power will be impatient of a colleague (Lucan)nulla fides regni sociis, omnisque potestas impatiens consortis erit
to believe, trust, commit, trust in, rely on, thinkcredo
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