to rely upon
put trust in with confidence
- You can rely upon his being punctual.
- Never rely too much upon others.
- He is a man you can rely upon.
- She had to rely upon her inner strength.
- You must not rely upon such a man.
- You cannot rely upon Jim's words since he tries to please everybody.
- You may rely upon it that he will come in time.
- Nuclear power plants rely upon the fission of uranium to generate heat.
- Therefore, eventual advantages are too uncertain to rely upon in assessing the aid.
- to rely upon organisations to undertake fully or in part the inspections and surveys referred to in point (i);
- Air traffic service (hereinafter ATS) providers may choose to rely upon other organisations for the provision of air-ground data link communications services.
- However, a general decline of the Bavarian petrochemical industry is unlikely. Therefore, eventual advantages are too uncertain to rely upon in assessing the aid.
- ‘The Secretariat of the Joint Supervisory Body may rely upon the expertise of the secretariat established by Decision 2000/641/JHA.22.
- Member States should rely upon detailed security assessments to identify the exact boundaries of the security-relevant port area, as well as the different measures required to ensure appropriate port security.
- ‘The Secretariat of the Joint Supervisory Body may rely upon the expertise of the secretariat established by Decision 2000/641/JHA.22. Article 25 shall be amended as follows: