French translation of 'embroiled'
1. (in fight, argument, situation) impliqué(e)
to become embroiled se laisser entraîner
to become embroiled in sth se retrouver mêlé(e) à qch ⧫ se laisser entraîner dans qch
2. (with person)
to become embroiled with sb s’empêtrer avec qn
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`Actually, I was embroiled in a golf competition most of the weekend," he admitted.THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2002)
If we were going to get embroiled in the search for Moira, they were going to have to pay for the privilege.DEAD BEAT (2002)
She closed her eyes and took a deep breath, still embroiled in her inner turmoil.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2002)
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British English: embroiled ADJECTIVE
If you become embroiled in a fight or argument, you become deeply involved in it.
The Government insisted that troops would not become embroiled in these battles.
Translation of embroiled from the Collins English to French Dictionary