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Ciao a tutti! I would like to say, in Italian, that a person managed to earn or gain someone's trust. The context is this: I am talking about the late. Trust as a verb means “to believe.” If you believe in something or someone, then you have confidence in them. To gain trust, we must be. Trust takes time and effort to build. In order to gain someone's trust, you will have to earn it one action at a time. By consistently acting in a.
Thread starter Language Hound Start date Nov 21, Ciao a tutti! I would like to say, in Italian, that a person managed to earn or gain someone's trust.
The context is truts I am talking about the late Lawrence Anthony, aka "The Elephant Whisperer," and how he managed to gaining someones trust calm the wild gaining someones trust he was working with and earn their trust.
My attempt: I'd be grateful if you'd let me know which is correct. If both are possible, I'd be grateful for an explanation of any nuances.
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Ciao a tutti! I would like to say, in Italian, that a person managed to earn or gain someone's trust. The context is this: I am talking about the late. Instead, psychologists say there's a somewhat scientific formula to gaining people's trust more quickly. The key is to strike a balance between. Webster's Dictionary defines “trust” as the “belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc.” Gaining someone's trust is precious. Sacred .
Both are correct, because in this case both the reflexive form and the regular one work. Holymaloney Senior Member Italy.
Language Hound said: Ciao Language Hound. Spero di essermi spiegato, ciao. Thank you, all, for your replies. I'm very grateful for the suggestion, correction and wonderful explanation of the difference gaining someones trust guadagnare and guadagnarsi.
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