Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entrust. (verb)
Examples of word entrusts
The company "entrusts" staffers to spend up to $2,000 on guests per incident without approval from their general managers.
I am grateful to Mr. Soper; the difficulty of the tasks he entrusts to me, every moment of the day my thoughts absorbed by puzzles he presents me.
Wolfe was the first owner to sell minority stakes to his key people, President Mike Crowley and general manager Billy Beane, to whom he entrusts a lot of control.
In this difficult and depressing parable, a master entrusts three servants with some money.
This story entrusts the reader with a secret that even Olive will never know: that Henry's apparent simplicity is at least in part a form of defense; that throughout his life he will grapple with longings and secrets of his own, and understand more about his wife than she realizes.