confidant的的用法,confidant怎么读美 ['kɑnfɪ.dɑnt] 英 ['kɒnfɪdænt]
a person that you trust and who you talk to about private or secret things
a close/trusted confidant of the President
a person somebody trusts and discusses personal matters and problems with
someone who you trust and can discuss your secrets and private feelings with
Well, nothing to add to that, I look up to people like other music, a common exchange, some might even recognize it confidant.
Unless she is a very odd woman indeed, she would not pick the newest hire, and a young man at that, as a confidant on matters of the heart.
Not one of her heroines ever shares everything with a true confidant, and everybody has secrets.
One confidant recalls advising him to just 'turn it all over to the state and do yoga for three years. '
Telegrams had been received from Washington stating that he was the closest confidant and personal agent of the President.
Men are looking for a lifetime is not a wife, nor is it a lover, but a confidant and even more sirens .
She had chosen me for her confidant and I learned all about her quarrels with her lover.
While he might not love me as a mother, he would look upon me as a beloved older sister, a confidant, a trusted friend.
As Smith spilled out his fears and frustrations , Conley alternately played the roles of friend, protector and confidant.
Chrtien would become one of my best friends among world leaders, a strong ally, confidant, and frequent golfing partner.