فوض, ودع, أتمنى, عهد به إلى
Verb(1) confer a trust upon(2) put into the care or protection of someone
(1) Raiding nomadic herders forced the populations to live in walled cities for defense and to entrust their protection to an aristocratic class of leaders.(2) It does not entrust the care of the public health to private companies, which may grow rich upon disease.(3) As you continue to prove yourself, the head coach may entrust you with additional responsibilities.(4) Millions of UK investors entrust their money to highly paid, highly educated professional fund managers.(5) History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid.(6) you persuade people to entrust their savings to you(7) This is why it's important not to entrust your entire financial affairs to just one investment company.(8) It wasn't long until they began to deal with the woman and entrust their shipments into her care - for the way to conquer a land is not through blood, but to keep it with skill and settlement.(9) We are entrusted with the lives of soldiers, and those soldiers, when deployed, entrust us with the health of their spouses and children back home.(10) He would entrust all his money and belongings to whomever was accompanying him at the time.(11) But the pattern is much too patchy, and it is not surprising that so many doctors are unwilling to delegate functions when they are unsure of the skills of the staff to whom they would entrust the care of their patients.(12) Superiors will entrust you with more responsible work.(13) Nor are we protected by the people with whom we entrust our money.(14) As singers, we entrust our larynges to the care of these people, so it is of utmost importance that we find the right person, and there are a lot of ├ö├ç├┐wrong├ö├ç├û ones out there.(15) In general, this sort of discretion was entrusted to men with social stature.(16) In the case of the female, that extends to entrusting the final development of her chick to the male, although it could also be seen as the male entrusting care of a good site to the female.
(1) to entrust :: أن يعهد إلى
1. charge ::
2. assign to ::
3. hand over ::
4. trust ::
5. leave ::
1. hold ::
2. keep ::
3. retain ::
Different Formsentrust, entrusted, entrusting, entrusts
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