confide in


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See: confer, consult
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Coleen says: SHE'S inviting you to confide in her and that should make it easier.
But you can't then flip out if she does tell you certain things because she won't confide in you again.
London, June 15 (ANI): It has emerged that two thirds of Britons confide in their colleagues rather then their loved ones.
Women are most likely to confide in a friend although 50 per cent think it's acceptable to betray a friend's trust if they confide in their partner.
Having you to confide in must have been a great help.
2 : to display trust by telling secrets <She needed to confide in a friend.
Therefore, it has always been a natural thing to confide in your minister, provided that you truly feel that you "have faith in" or can trust him or her.