: to confer a trust on; especially : to deliver something in trust to
: to commit to another with confidence
— en·trust·ment \-ˈtrəs(t)-mənt\ noun
Examples of ENTRUST
- She was entrusted with the job of organizing the reception.
- <we entrusted our financial adviser with the investment of all of our savings>
First Known Use of ENTRUST
Rhymes with ENTRUST
, blind trust
, brain trust
, in trust
, leaf rust
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