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In [the] English Fantasy Movie The Great Wall, William & Tovar going back to home town from China Dynasty after defeating the beasts. But William last sees the dynasty. Then Tovar asks him like this:

Tovar: Are you sure you don't want to go back?

William: Of course I do. I just don't trust you to make it out of here alone.

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    to make it out of here = succeed in escaping from this place; dont' trust you to... = have little faith in your ability to ... May 10 '17 at 11:12
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As @TRomano commented:

  • to make it out of here means "to succeed in escaping from this place". Like in the example: "We won't make it out of here alive."

  • don't trust you to means "have little faith in your ability to"

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It means "I don't believe you'll make it out of here on your own, so I'm forced to go with you lest you die."

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