Examples of entrust in a Sentence
She was entrusted with the job of organizing the reception.
we entrusted our financial adviser with the investment of all of our savings
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To prevent this, the owner simply has to ensure that someone gets a copy of the private key by writing it down, storing it on a flash memory drive, or entrusting it with a commercial service that manages them.
But some of the biggest organizations entrusted with the most sensitive data are getting hacked and nobody can stop them.
But his successful 6-2 interim tenure at USC in the place of Lane Kiffin allowed LSU AD Joe Alleva to entrust him with the same job when Les Miles was fired last fall.
After her father’s death in 1957, Bettencourt entrusted L’Oreal to his best friend, Francois Dalle, who remained chief executive officer until 1984.
The archetype of the killer caretaker, slaughtering those she’s been entrusted with nurturing back to health, dates back at least a century.
They are entrusted with producing up to four tons of marijuana annually for consumers here.
Ronald Miscavige was nowhere around when David Miscavige ascended to the leadership of the Church of Scientology, mentored by and working directly with the religion's founder L. Ron Hubbard, and entrusted by him with the future of the Church.
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First Known Use of entrust
Synonymsassign, charge, commission, task, trust
Antonymshold, keep, retain
Related Wordsconfer, impose; commit, confide, consign, delegate, recommend, relegate, repose; allocate, allot; authorize, empower, invest
Near Antonymsdetain, hold back, reserve, withhold; own, possess; accept, receive, take in; occupy, take, take over
Synonym Discussion of entrust
- committed the felon to prison
- the president is entrusted with broad powers
- confided complete control of my affairs to my attorney
- consigned the damaging notes to the fire
- relegated to an obscure position in the company
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