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Trust LevelPlay
Use 'entrust' when showing high levels of trust, often involving personal or valuable items. SlideI will only entrust my family heirloom to someone I deeply trust.
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Temporary CustodyPlay
'Entrust' implies a temporary transfer of care or control, not permanent ownership. SlideShe entrusted her plants to me for the weekend.
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Responsibility TransferPlay
When entrusting duties, it indicates delegating with confidence in someone's capabilities. SlideThe manager entrusted the project to his most competent team member.