intrust


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in·trust

 (ĭn-trŭst′)
v.
Variant of entrust.

intrust

(ɪnˈtrʌst)
vb
a less common spelling of entrust
inˈtrustment n

en•trust

(ɛnˈtrʌst)

v.t.
1. to give a trust or responsibility to (fol. by with).
2. to place in trust for protection, care, or handling (fol. by to).
[1595–1605]
en•trust′ment, n.

intrust


Past participle: intrusted
Gerund: intrusting

Imperative
intrust
intrust
Present
I intrust
you intrust
he/she/it intrusts
we intrust
you intrust
they intrust
Preterite
I intrusted
you intrusted
he/she/it intrusted
we intrusted
you intrusted
they intrusted
Present Continuous
I am intrusting
you are intrusting
he/she/it is intrusting
we are intrusting
you are intrusting
they are intrusting
Present Perfect
I have intrusted
you have intrusted
he/she/it has intrusted
we have intrusted
you have intrusted
they have intrusted
Past Continuous
I was intrusting
you were intrusting
he/she/it was intrusting
we were intrusting
you were intrusting
they were intrusting
Past Perfect
I had intrusted
you had intrusted
he/she/it had intrusted
we had intrusted
you had intrusted
they had intrusted
Future
I will intrust
you will intrust
he/she/it will intrust
we will intrust
you will intrust
they will intrust
Future Perfect
I will have intrusted
you will have intrusted
he/she/it will have intrusted
we will have intrusted
you will have intrusted
they will have intrusted
Future Continuous
I will be intrusting
you will be intrusting
he/she/it will be intrusting
we will be intrusting
you will be intrusting
they will be intrusting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been intrusting
you have been intrusting
he/she/it has been intrusting
we have been intrusting
you have been intrusting
they have been intrusting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been intrusting
you will have been intrusting
he/she/it will have been intrusting
we will have been intrusting
you will have been intrusting
they will have been intrusting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been intrusting
you had been intrusting
he/she/it had been intrusting
we had been intrusting
you had been intrusting
they had been intrusting
Conditional
I would intrust
you would intrust
he/she/it would intrust
we would intrust
you would intrust
they would intrust
Past Conditional
I would have intrusted
you would have intrusted
he/she/it would have intrusted
we would have intrusted
you would have intrusted
they would have intrusted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.intrust - confer a trust uponintrust - confer a trust upon; "The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"; "I commit my soul to God"
commend - give to in charge; "I commend my children to you"
hand, pass on, turn over, pass, reach, give - place into the hands or custody of; "hand me the spoon, please"; "Turn the files over to me, please"; "He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers"
consign, charge - give over to another for care or safekeeping; "consign your baggage"
recommit - commit again; "It was recommitted into her custody"
obligate - commit in order to fulfill an obligation; "obligate money"

intrust

see entrust

entrust

also intrust
verb
1. To put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance:
Idiom: give in trust.
2. To place a trust upon:
References in classic literature ?
He had purchased Tom with a view of eventually making him a sort of overseer, with whom he might, at times, intrust his affairs, in short absences; and, in his view, the first, second, and third requisite for that place, was hardness.
You pay me back the chaws you've awready borry'd off'n me, Lafe Buckner, then I'll loan you one or two ton of it, and won't charge you no back intrust, nuther.
You tell 'em he ain't gwine to live long--en dat's de fac', too--en tell 'em you'll pay 'em intrust, en big intrust, too--ten per--what you call it?
Said when a person was in that line of business he'd got to look out for his own intrust, there warn't nobody else going to do it for him.
As to her money, she first secreted it in odd corners, wrapped in a rag or an old curl-paper; but some of these hoards having been discovered by the housemaid, Eliza, fearful of one day losing her valued treasure, consented to intrust it to her mother, at a usurious rate of interest--fifty or sixty per cent.
I do not ask you to bring it yourself, because I have a far more important commission to intrust to you.
He bore, like his companion, a scrip, attached to his belt, but had neither horn nor knife, being probably considered as belonging to a class whom it is esteemed dangerous to intrust with edge-tools.
I intrust to you certain papers which are at Blois; and in two months and a half, if you do not hear of us, take possession of them.
Foolish woman," answered Ceres, "did you not promise to intrust this poor infant entirely to me?
I should have asked your permission to say all this to your parents, to entreat them to permit me to see you often, to address you; and, if it were not impossible, to hope that in time they would consent to intrust me with their greatest treasure, and that you would not oppose their decree.
The reverend father will explain to you, Monsieur Colbert, that I preserve to myself the direction of all the affairs of the order which concern France and Spain; but that I am not willing to retain the title of general, which would throw too high a side-light on the progress of the negotiations with which His Catholic Majesty wishes to intrust me.
Of all his followers, the Belgian was the most logical lieutenant to intrust with the command of one of the parties.