- Sometimes in·trust [in-truhst] /ɪnˈtrʌst/ .
- en·trust·ment, noun
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How to use entrust in a sentence
We are deeply grateful to him for entrusting us with his collection and for giving us the opportunity to engage our many audiences with it.BMA to name its restrooms for John Waters after donation | Staff reports | November 13, 2020 | Washington Blade
That means the people entrusted to take care of your parents and grandparents are too often not in a position to keep them safe from a virus like this.
The idea is to entrust every employee to decide for themselves.What if Your Company Had No Rules? (Bonus Episode) | Maria Konnikova | September 12, 2020 | Freakonomics
Magnum is an entrusted brand, with an irrefutably global reach.
Those who are by definition free of the biases that come with living near or working with those entrusted to protect us.
But last, I suspect they will have a sense of pride that they are the ones, the ones entrusted with this scary task.Caring for Ebola Patients Deeply Scary For Health Care Workers | Kent Sepkowitz | August 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It seems only too clear the schools care more about their images than the students entrusted to them.Colleges Lawyer Up Before Claire McCaskill Rape Inquiry | Emily Shire | June 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They are really entrusted to the family motive operative in those strata.The Super-Rich Want to Help The Poor As Long As They Get to Run the World | James Poulos | March 24, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
To Berthier, if to any one, Bonaparte entrusted his secret designs, for he knew that he could do so in safety.
Accordingly, when in 1812 he planned his Russian campaign, he entrusted Ney with the command of the third corps.
Entrusted with sixty thousand men with orders to make a vast turning movement, his timidity spoiled the Emperor's careful plans.
Macdonald was entrusted with this duty, and was further required to cover the concentration of Championnet's army.
Doubtless I should have been entrusted with letters for your highness were not the city in some confusion owing to the fighting.The Red Year | Louis Tracy
British Dictionary definitions for entrust
(usually foll by with) to invest or charge (with a duty, responsibility, etc)
(often foll by to) to put into the care or protection of someone
- entrustment or intrustment, noun
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