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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase:rely
XXX is relying upon Contractor’s representations that it is a duly qualified and licensed expert and that XXX is a customer relying exclusively on the Contractor’s particular expertise to pick up, remove, transport, and/or dispose of industrial Waste Materials.
1. To be dependent for support, help, or supply: relies on her parents for tuition.
2. To place or have faith or confidence: relied on them to tell him the truth.
[Middle English relien, to rally, from Old French relier, from Latin religāre, to bind fast : re-, re- + ligāre, to bind.]
SYNONYMS rely, trust, depend, reckon. These verbs share the meaning to place or have faith or confidence in someone or something. Rely implies complete confidence: “You are the only woman I can rely on to be interested in her” (John Galsworthy). Trust stresses confidence arising from belief that is often based on inconclusive evidence: “We must try to trust one another. Stay and cooperate” (Jomo Kenyatta). Depend implies confidence in the help or support of another: depends on friends for emotional support. Reckon implies a sense of confident expectancy: “He reckons on finding a woman as big a fool as himself” (George Meredith). http://www.answers.com/rely