Link to this page verb-transitive: to inform (some thing) in confidence: confided a secret to their friend. to offer as a responsibility or placed into another's care; entrust: confided the duty of drafting the are accountable to her assistant. To intrust; to offer in charge; to commit to your maintaining; -- followed closely by to. View More verb-intransitive: to reveal exclusive issues in self-confidence: He knew he could confide inside the parents. See Synonyms at commit. to place trust (in); to repose self-confidence; to trust; -- often followed by in. View More verb: To trust, have belief (in). To entrust (something) on duty of someone. To take (someone) into your self-confidence, to talk in secret with. ( + in) to express (one thing) in self-confidence. confer a trust upon unveil in personal; tell confidentially View More others: to possess trust; destination trust; repose confidence: made use of positively or within: as, the prince confided in his ministers. To intrust; devote unreservedly towards cost, knowledge, or good faith of: followed by to: as, to confide something important to 1; to confide a secret to some one; a prince confides a negotiation to his envoy. Synonyms Intrust, Consign, etc. See commit. View More Related Sources Definition for "confide" to inform (some thing) in confidence: confided a… View More Sentence for "confide" Quotes for "confide" "The promises of this world are,…" View More Synonym for "confide" Verb Forms for "confide" Phrases for "confide" Rhyme for "confide" Etymologically Related for "confide" Form for "confide" Urban Dictionary for "confide"