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Verb: entangle  en'tang-gul
  1. Entrap
    "Our people should not be entangled in the past";
    - mire
     
  2. Twist together or entwine into a confusing mass
    "The child entangled the cord";
    - tangle, mat, snarl

Derived forms: entangling, entangled, entangles

Type of: distort, involve, twine, twist

Antonym: disentangle