Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Confide"

The meaning of "Confide" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does confide mean?
A: It means to tell someone something (usually a secret) about something very personal or about your deepest feelings.
Q: What does confide in you mean?
A: to trust and open up to!
Q: What does Never once did she confide in someone or take it upon herself to keep her kids away from him mean?
A: @Ri-na "take it upon herself" means to "take responsibility for it".

Example sentences using "Confide"

Q: Please show me example sentences with confide in .
A: “Please let me know if you ever need someone to confide in.”
“Samantha is not a good person to confide in because she tells everyone’s secrets!”
“I confide in my mother about my problems when I am very stressed”
Q: Please show me example sentences with confide.
A: Thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with confide.
A: "He confided his fears to his friends"

"He confided in friends that it was true"
Q: Please show me example sentences with confide.
A: You can, just be careful. The 'to' in that sentence should be an 'in'. Other than that, that sentence is good. Almost any English speaker would understand you. -^-^-

Synonyms of "Confide" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I was to confide in you and I confided in you. ?
A: "I was to confide in you" -you were going to tell them but you didn't.
"I confided in you" you already told them.

Confide is another word for trust.
Q: What is the difference between I was to confide in you and I was about to confide in you and I was confiding in you ?
A: Confide in you refers to "entrust you with a secret of mine"

Confiding in you refers to "entrusting you with a secret of mine"

Both has the same meaning, it's just in different forms.

I was about to confide in you refers to "I was about to entrust you with a secret of mine", in which I haven't done so but was going to.

Q: What is the difference between confide and tell ?
A: The word "tell" is used more commonly than "confide" but the two do have different meanings.
"Tell" means to say something to someone. It can sometimes be used to replace "say to".
"What did you say to them?"--> "What did you tell them?"
Some more example sentences:
"Tell him I'm coming."
"Can you tell me about this thing?"

"Confide" means to tell someone you trust something, and it's usually supposed to be kept secret.
"I felt like I could confide in her."
"I confided my secret to my brother."
Q: What is the difference between confide and tell ?
A: confide could be used when talking about a secret 'I confided in my friend'. to tell could be talking to someone about anything

Other questions about "Confide"

Q: I’ll confide in you about my future path. does this sound natural?
A: “Future path” in the unnatural part. I think you mean “my plans for the future”.
Q: *I'm going to confide in him because he's my friend.

*she confides on me and I don't why.

*they're confiding me and they don't even know who am I.

*they confided on me and I betrayed them.







does this sound natural?
A: *I'm going to confide in him because he's my friend.

*She confides in me and I don't why.

*They're confiding in me and they don't even know who am I.

*They confided in me and I betrayed them.
Q: Can I confide on you? does this sound natural?
A: The correct way to say that is "Can I confide IN you?"

It means "Can I share my secret(s) with you?".
Q: To confide troubles somebody does this sound natural?
A: "To confide in somebody" or "To share my troubles with somebody".

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