- 1Assign the responsibility for doing something to (someone): I’ve been entrusted with the task of getting him safely backMore example sentences
- You are only entrusted with the responsibility on behalf of the remaining spouse and children.
- He can be duped by almost anyone and it is amazing that he is entrusted with quite so many secrets and responsible jobs.
- Students were entrusted with the responsibility of identifying problems and chalking out plans to solve them.
- 1.1Put (something) into someone’s care or protection: you persuade people to entrust their savings to youMore example sentences
- Medicare isn't a moral enterprise: what's moral about removing a citizen's responsibility for his and his dependents' health care and entrusting it to the state?
- Millions of UK investors entrust their money to highly paid, highly educated professional fund managers.
- The cases show that where an employer undertakes the care of a client's property and entrusts the task to an employee who steals the property, the employer is vicariously liable.
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- I am pleased to report that we received the required entrustment and the relevant legislation was passed in this Honourable House.
- In order to identify the depth and breadth of researchers' ancillary care responsibilities, we distinguish between the scope of entrustment (what is entrusted) and the strength of the duty of care.
- It leaves standing ‘old fashioned’ tort doctrines, such as negligent entrustment, and strict liability for manufacturing defects.