Translation of entail in Spanish:


implicar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈteɪl/ /ɛnˈteɪl/

See Spanish definition of implicar

transitive verb

  • 1

    (risk) implicar
    (risk) suponer
    (risk) conllevar
    (expense) acarrear
    (expense) implicar
    (expense) suponer
    taking the job entails our moving to Detroit aceptar el trabajo implica / significa que nos tenemos que trasladar a Detroit
    • Safeties need to know the entire defensive scheme, even though their jobs don't necessarily entail a lot of adjustments.
    • The new system of logistic support for the Navy will inevitably entail considerable changes in the organizational and staff structure of bases and depots.
    • High bypass criteria necessarily entails a high degree of risk, as we saw today.
    • Rural life is badly suited to non-agricultural production, so economic development necessarily entails the progressive urbanization of the population.
    • Whether the abandonment of the dialectics of nature necessarily entails the abandonment of the materialist conception of history, as Monod seemed to think, seems quite a different matter.
    • And I think that cleaning up from drugs necessarily entails a revaluation of the spiritual facet of yourself.
    • If the debate about the post-Cold War structure was about the relevance of the balance of power in general, it was also specifically focused on the nature of the resultant polarity, and the consequences for stability entailed by it.
    • But a weak sense of the ‘public’ does not necessarily entail a strong sense of the ‘private’.
    • I have said that this proposal would not necessarily entail any considerations of taxation levels.
    • It entails an involved series of exchanges that verify the integrity of every downstream device attached to the repeater.
    • The existence of the one necessarily entails the existence of the other.
    • It necessarily entails a certain degree of compromise on the part of the insurgents.
    • This necessarily entails a continuous stream of new lies to compensate for the exposure of the old ones.
    • As the mother is an innocent bystander in the endeavour her involvement entails only risk.
    • Such practices do not necessarily entail intentional discrimination, but they provide a basis for legal action when the outcome is the exclusion of certain groups.
    • Economic efficiency did not necessarily entail the development of large, capital-intensive factories, for towns themselves were highly effective economic units.
    • Thus, my contention is that the existence of uneven power relations does not necessarily entail the subordination and passivity of the ‘other’.
    • Yet a rejection of the present does not necessarily entail a desired return to a more stable - that is, colonial - moment in Ireland's past.
    • The evolution of swordfighting martial arts hero into gun-toting gangster must necessarily entail a new concept in production design.
    • It does not even necessarily entail a set of shared beliefs.
  • 2

    to entail sth on sb vincular algo a algn
    • Within the inalienability of entailed real property was concealed the conversion of Parliamentary seats into a cash value.
    • Fortunes then were large and permanent since they were entailed and in fact the younger branches of the family never married.