- vt. 使必需；带来；限定继承
- n. 限定继承权
- vt. 使…成为必要,需要 make sth necessary
- vt. 限定继承 leave sth to a line of heirs in such a way that none of them can give it away or sell it
land received by fee tail
the act of entailing property; the creation of a fee tail from a fee simple
have as a logical consequence;
"The water shortage means that we have to stop taking long showers"
impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result;
"What does this move entail?"
limit the inheritance of property to a specific class of heirs
- This job entails a lot of hard work.
- It will entail driving a long distance every day.
- The alteration would entail an expenditure of 50 pounds.
- He would have sold the property long ago had it not been entailed.
- You allude perhaps to the entail of this estate.
- This job entails a lot of time.
- These plans entail great expense.
- The visit entailed buying gifts for children.
- entail on (v.+prep.)
限定…继承succeed limitedly (one's property) such as the property may not be sold to anyone else
entail sth on sb
The castle and the land are entailed on the eldest son.
The natural entail of disease and character.出自： J. Martineau
Poets oppressed by the modern entail of the poet as self.出自： J. Bayley
The house and park..were entailed on a distant cousin.出自： M. R. Mitford