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    Trust vs entrustment vs trustfulness

    Hello everyone,

    Is there a difference in the meaning of the words trust, entrustment and trustfulness ?

    Thanks a lot in advance,
    Panos

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    Re: Trust vs entrustment vs trustfulness

    Quote Originally Posted by panosgr View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Is there a difference in the meaning of the words trust, entrustment and trustfulness ?
    Not a teacher

    Yes. They definitely have different meanings. Why don't you look them up in a dictionary first and post some sentences?
    Trust not only means what trustfulness usually refers to(sth. like being reliable), but only has a large number of different meanings.
    Entrustment is often used in business context and means (beyond other things) "to give so. an assignment to do sth."
    Last edited by Michael84; 20-Jun-2011 at 15:57. Reason: typo

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