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Necessity ImplicationPlay
When 'entail' is used, it implies that there are necessary steps to achieve something. SlideGetting a good job often entails having relevant experience.
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Not Always NegativePlay
'Entail' doesn't only lead to negative results; it can also involve positive outcomes. SlideWinning the championship entails fame and endorsements.
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Preceding ConditionsPlay
'Entail' is often used when describing conditions that precede a particular situation or action. SlideTraveling abroad can entail getting certain vaccinations first.