entrust Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “entrust” in the English Dictionary

"entrust" in British English

See all translations

entrustverb [T + adv/prep]

uk   us   /ɪnˈtrʌst/
to give someone a thing or a ​duty for which they are ​responsible: He didn't ​look like the ​sort of man you should entrust ​yourluggage to. Two ​seniorofficials have been entrusted with organizing the ​auction.
(Definition of entrust from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"entrust" in American English

See all translations

entrustverb [T always + adv/prep]

 us   /ɪnˈtrʌst/
to make someone ​responsible for someone or something: We entrusted ​ourdog to a ​neighbor when we went away on a ​trip.
(Definition of entrust from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"entrust" in Business English

See all translations

entrustverb [T]

uk   us   /ɪnˈtrʌst/
to give someone a thing or ​duty for which they are ​responsible: entrust sb with sth Many ​people had entrusted the ​company with ​money they intended to use in ​retirement.entrust sth to sb He entrusted the ​arrangement of a ​mortgage to a ​localfirm of ​financialadvisers.entrust sb to do sth We entrust a ​board of Edinburgh's ​leadingbusinessmen to ​run the affairs of the ​organization.
(Definition of entrust from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “entrust”
in Spanish confiar…
in Vietnamese giao phó…
in Malaysian amanahkan…
in Thai มอบความรับผิดชอบให้…
in French confier à qqn…
in German anvertrauen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 委托, 交托, 托付…
in Turkish güvenmek, itimat etmek, emanet etmek…
in Russian поручать, вверять…
in Indonesian mempercayakan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 委託, 交托, 託付…
in Polish powierzać…
What is the pronunciation of entrust?
Add Cambridge dictionaries to your browser to your website
Word of the Day


(a plan showing) the subjects or books to be studied in a particular course, especially a course that leads to an exam

Word of the Day

Out of Africa
Out of Africa
by Colin McIntosh,
October 01, 2015
A recent discovery off the coast of the island of Taiwan, made by local fishermen, is causing scientists to re-examine their ideas about early humans. The skull of a male human, now nicknamed Penghu Man, was found to differ significantly from the skulls of the Homo Erectus species previously known in the

Read More 

face training noun
face training noun
October 05, 2015
a system of facial exercises designed to tone the facial muscles and improve the skin

Read More