ensnare
[ɪnˈsnɛː, ɛnˈsnɛː]
VERB
ensnares (third person present) · ensnared (past tense) · ensnared (past participle) · ensnaring (present participle)
  1. catch in or as in a trap.
    "they were ensnared in city centre traffic"
    synonyms:
    capture · catch · seize · trap · entrap · snare · entangle · enmesh · net · bag · ambush · ensnarl · springe
    antonyms:
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they were ensnared in city centre traffic.
ensnare.
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Laguages Translations
Afrikaans Wyk
Arabic (VERB)الإيقاع
Bosnian (Latin) zavoditi
Bulgarian впримчи
Cantonese (Traditional) 誘捕
Catalan retenir la
Chinese Simplified 诱捕
Chinese Traditional 誘捕
Croatian zavoditi
Czech polapit
Danish fange
Dutch verstrikken
Estonian võrgutama
Fijian corita
Filipino hulihin
Finnish ansaan
French piège
German (VERB)umgarnen
Greek παγίδα
Hebrew ללכוד
Hindi फँसाने
Hungarian bekerítését
Icelandic ensnare ð
Indonesian menjerat
Italian intrappolare
Japanese 誘惑
Kiswahili wanawakamata
Korean 유혹
Lithuanian įvilioti
Malagasy hamandrika
Norwegian Bokmål fange
Persian فريادی
Polish usidlić
Portuguese envolverá
Querétaro Otomi atrapar 'na
Romanian c.să
Russian (VERB)заманить
Samoan maileia
Serbian (Cyrillic) кога намамити
Serbian (Latin) koga namamiti
Slovak dolapiť
Slovenian Zavoditi
Spanish (VERB)atrapar
Swedish snärja
Tahitian haru
Tamil தூக்கியெறியப்பட
Telugu జన్మాంతమూ
Thai ดัก
Tongan tauhele'i
Turkish tuzağa
Ukrainian зловити в пастку
Urdu اُلجھانا
Vietnamese Snare
Welsh fynd yn sownd wrth
Yucatec Maya chukik u
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