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distrust vs. mistrust

distrust vs. mistrustdistrust vs. mistrust

distrust (not trust (based on experience or reliable information)): We don’t have any reason to distrust them.

mistrust (not trust (based on general sense of unease)): He has a deep mistrust of strangers.


distrust vs. mistrust English Vocabulary

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