[en-tang-guh l] /ɛnˈtæŋ gəl/

verb (used with object), entangled, entangling.
to make ; ensnarl; intertwine.
to involve in or as in a ; ensnare; enmesh:
to be entangled by intrigue.
to involve in difficulties.
to confuse or perplex.
verb (transitive)
to catch or involve in or as if in a tangle; ensnare or enmesh
to make tangled or twisted; snarl
to make complicated; confuse
to involve in difficulties; entrap

early 15c., from en- (1) + tangle (n.). Related: Entangled; entangling.


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