Definition of 'entangled'
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Then they cast the net and see who gets entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Maybe leave before you get entangled with other family members. The Sun (2012)His personal life gets entangled with his inquiries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He would vomit before doing spots and get entangled in his microphone lead. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The mesh had frayed and become entangled in the nerves in my groin. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The creature must have become entangled with a concealed branch. Somewhere East of Life (1994)Radio control was substituted for the umbilical cord cable which could become entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And they soon become entangled for the night! The Sun (2007)An expert added entangled fishing nets or mooring cables were most likely to have caused the failure. The Sun (2011)Except the moment is ruined because their iPod wires get entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Until they do, the interface of the two systems will become more entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She had been told that her daughter had become entangled in the boat's ropes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Otherwise, he will increasingly become entangled in controversy. Christianity Today (2000)Do not make it any longer, as the fabric would become entangled in the legs of the diners. Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)Labour finds itself increasingly entangled in an industrial dispute on the opposite side from the union that is funding much of its campaigning in marginal seats. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Western policy on Syria and Iran has become entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Altogether, it was a good first episode, full of suspense and plot lines twitching to get entangled. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So, while you have a serious interest in the outcome, you have no desire to get entangled in their dramas. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'entangled'
British English: entangled ADJECTIVE
If you become entangled in problems or difficulties, you become involved in problems or difficulties from which it is hard to escape.
This case was bound to get entangled in international politics.
Definition of entangled from the Collins English Dictionary
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