→ European integration would also inevitably entail huge economic risks
[+cost, loss] entraîner
→ Retirement often entails a loss of income, prestige, and sense of self-worth
→ such a move would entail restructuring costs of £800 million
→ The move entailed radical changes in lifestyle.
to entail doing sth impliquer de faire qch
→ All major decisions entail balancing the risks
→ The job entails dealing with members of the public.
What does this entail? Qu'est ce que cela signifie?
→ what do you think this visit is going to entail?
→ The president has failed to explain how the country could be rebuilt after war. "How long will we be there? What will it entail, on our part?"