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9 thoughts on “ Can I Rely On You

  1. 1. depend, lean, be dependent, fall back on, resort to, be unable to manage without They relied heavily on the advice of their advisors. 2. be confident of, bank on, trust, count on, bet on, reckon on, lean on, be sure of, have confidence in, swear by, repose trust .
  2. We rely too much on our cars. to trust someone or something: I know I can rely on you to help me. (Definition of rely on someone/something from the Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge .
  3. 「Rely on」は「Count on」とまったく同じ意味です。 使い分けは特にありません。 ・You can really rely on him.(彼は頼りになります).
  4. to trust someone or something. contar com alguém/algo, fiar-se em alguém. I know I can rely on you to help me. (Translation of rely on someone/something from the Cambridge English–Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press).
  5. She would be a Mayor you can rely on, who will sustain and grow the community. I urge you to support Bobbie this November on election day. Kim Smith. Elk River, MN (A paid political letter).
  6. vb (intr; foll by on or upon), -lies, -lying or -lied. 1. to be dependent (on): he relies on his charm. 2. to have trust or confidence (in): you can rely on us. [C from Old French relier to fasten together, repair, from Latin religāre to tie back, from re- + ligāre to tie].
  7. verb (used without object), re·lied, re·ly·ing. to depend confidently; put trust in (usually followed by on or upon): You can rely on her work.
  8. one could always rely on him to be polite and do the right thing I know I can rely on you to sort it out the government is relying solely on consumer spending to end the recession to rely on sb/sth [doing] sth we can't rely on him [keeping] quiet can we rely upon her retiring before the election?

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