entrust in English

verb
1
assign the responsibility for doing something to (someone).
I've been entrusted with the task of getting him safely back
synonyms: charge invest endow burden encumber saddle assign toconfer onbestow onvest inconsign todelegate todepute todevolve togive togrant tovouchsafe to
verb

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1. Now entrust your HR by trusting Cames

2. I'll entrust the safety of Xiqi with you.

3. 1 I couldn't entrust my children to strangers.

4. 15 Entrust with I entrusted him with my money.

5. 14 Entrust his drawing to the care to us.

6. Aret definition: to entrust Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

7. 4 Can you entrust an assistant with the task?

8. 17 Why don't you entrust that to a travel agency?

9. 16 Broken heart To entrust to the dream of joy.

10. Commend definition is - to entrust for care or preservation

11. Why don't you entrust that to a travel agency?

12. 2 Can I entrust you with the secret plans?

13. 18 I entrust her with the care of my property.

14. 13 The Balinese entrust everything in life to divine providence.

15. 11 But then, we might ask, whey entrust money to the manager?

16. But then, we might ask, whey entrust money to the manager?

17. To praise as worthy; to entrust, acclaim, laud: They Commend his leadership ability.

18. 16 We entrust authorize XXcompany to charge for the goods on our behalf.

19. Young men who have reached this place, to you I entrust Athena.

20. Middle English from Latin Commendare, from com- (expressing intensive force) + mandare ‘commit, entrust’.

21. 19 We entrust authorize XXcompany to charge for the goods on our behalf.

22. To praise as worthy; to entrust, acclaim, laud: They Commend his leadership ability.

23. Synonyms for Bequeath include leave, give, will, cede, commit, grant, bestow, entrust, confer and endow

24. 22 He didn't look like the sort of man you should entrust your luggage to.

25. 8 When managers entrust employees with important decisions, they signal their respect for those employees.

26. 6 We entrust the Ministerial Council with the further steps which may be required to implement them.

27. The entrusted record registration organs should not entrust other organs with record registration on one's own.

28. “To delegate” means “to entrust to another; to appoint as one’s representative; to assign responsibility or authority.”

29. If parents wanted to entrust their child to the best surgeons, they traveled to Bologna's medical school.

30. 3 If parents wanted to entrust their child to the best surgeons, they traveled to Bologna's medical school.

31. Is it not sufficient to entrust Parliament with the task of ensuring that constitutionalism is respected in the United Kingdom?

32. Some couples who cannot support all their children entrust relatives with the responsibility to raise some of them.

33. In some circumstances you may need to entrust your loved one to the care of a nursing home.

34. How, they ask, can we entrust this task to some one whose character is anything less than spotless?

35. He was forced to entrust an assistant with the important task of testing and demonstrating aircraft to prospective customers.

36. 23 These are numbers that are finally getting across to governors and legislators with whom we entrust our money.

37. 7 How, they ask, can we entrust this task to some one whose character is anything less than spotless?

38. Related words are Commends, Commended, Commending.The word Commend is derived from the Latin word Commendare which means to entrust.

39. 25 The total asset management demand of individual can be classified as direct investment in securities and entrust asset management.

40. Who among us is so righteous that a sane society would entrust her with the power to obliterate a city?

41. 24 Who among us is so righteous that a sane society would entrust her with the power to obliterate a city?

42. 20 Certainly the time and the history also entrust with a philosophy scholar's special starting point and the general common consciousness.

43. 12 Is it not sufficient to entrust Parliament with the task of ensuring that constitutionalism is respected in the United Kingdom?

44. The Latin verb mandare, meaning "to entrust" or "to order," is the authority behind "Countermand."

45. 5 He was forced to entrust an assistant with the important task of testing and demonstrating aircraft to prospective customers.

46. 9 I need to entrust you with a story and there is some one I hope you will pass it along to.

47. 10 In 1357 he is required by statute to entrust the administration of the property to the near relations of the deceased.

48. 29 In case of absence of the meeting, the director shall entrust another person to attend and vote for him with a trust deed.

49. 26 iTWire's source for this theory is Jon Callas, CTO of Entrust,(www.Sentencedict.com) who worked in security at Apple for a few years.

50. 21 An insurance company shall not entrust a commercial bank that has not obtained the qualification for concurrent insurance agents to engage in the vicarious insurance business.