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mistrust

2 verb
     
mistrust2 [transitive]
to not trust someone, especially because you think they may treat you unfairly or dishonestly [= distrust]:
As a very small child she had learned to mistrust adults.
mistrustful adjective:
Some people are very mistrustful of computerised banking.

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