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  1. entail

    • v.
      involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence;have as a logically necessary consequence.
    • n.
      a settlement of the inheritance of property over a number of generations so that it remains within a family or other group;a property that is bequeathed under such conditions
    • verb: entail, 3rd person present: entails, gerund or present participle: entailing, past tense: entailed, past participle: entailed

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence a situation that entails considerable risks
    • have as a logically necessary consequence.
    • 2. settle the inheritance of (property) over a number of generations so that ownership remains within a particular group, usually one family her father's estate was entailed on a cousin
    • archaic cause to experience or possess in a way perceived as permanent or inescapable I cannot get rid of the disgrace that you have entailed upon us

    名詞

    • 1. a settlement of the inheritance of property over a number of generations so that it remains within a family or other group the damage being done in England by entails landed property was governed by primogeniture and entail
    • a property that is bequeathed under such conditions the spinning mills were not part of the entail
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    • IPA[ɪnˈteɪl]

    英式

    • v.
      involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence: a situation which entails considerable risks
    • n.
      a limitation of the inheritance of property to certain heirs over a number of generations: the damage being done in England by entails landed property was governed by primogeniture and entail

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