entangles, 3rd person singular present; entangling, present participle; entangled, past tense; entangled, past participle;
Cause to become twisted together with or caught in
fish attempt to swim through the mesh and become entangled
Involve (someone) in difficulties or complicated circumstances from which it is difficult to escape
the case of murder in which she had found herself so painfully entangled
embroiled: deeply involved especially in something complicated; "embroiled in the conflict"; "felt unwilling entangled in their affairs"
twisted together in a tangled mass; "toiled through entangled growths of mesquite"
involved in difficulties
(entangle) entrap; "Our people should not be mired in the past"
(entangle) twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; "The child entangled the cord"
(entanglement) web: an intricate trap that entangles or ensnares its victim
Entangled, 2004, is an abstract sculpture created by Indiana-based artist Brose Partington (American b. 1979). The sculpture is located on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus at the Herron School of Art and Design, 735 W. ...
"Entangled" is a song by Genesis, recorded in November 1975 at Trident Studios, London for inclusion on the album A Trick of the Tail. It is the second track on the album, featuring many 12-string acoustic guitars. ...
(Entanglement (graph measure)) In graph theory, entanglement of a directed graph is a number measuring how strongly the cycles of the graph are intertwined. It is defined in terms of a mathematical game in which n cops try to capture a robber, who escapes along the edges of the graph. ...
Entanglements is the third full length album from indie rock ensemble Parenthetical Girls.
(entangle) To tangle; to twist or interweave in such a manner as not to be easily separated; to make confused and intricate; as, to entangle yarn or the hair; To involve in such complications as to render extrication difficult; hence, metaphorically, to insnare; to perplex; to bewilder; to ...
(entanglement) The state of being entangled; intricate and confused involution; That which entangles; intricacy; perplexity; Specifically, in fortification, an obstruction placed in front or on the flank of a fortification, to impede an enemy's approach
(entanglement) A crossing of polymer chains, which, when subjected to a strain, remains intact and hence mechanically active.
(entanglement) In quantum mechanics, entanglement occurs when the quantum states of two particles that may be spatially separated are linked together. A measurement of one of the entangled particles implies the result of the same measurement made on the other entangled particle.
(Entanglement) A quirk of quantum physics where two particles can be bonded so that even when separated by large distances, they communicate instantly, and what happens to one affects the other. In laymen's terms, teleportation.
(Entanglement) A robot is considered to have Entangled an opposing robot if it has grabbed or hooked the opponent robot.
(Entanglement) is an as yet unexplained correlation between quantum particles that were once united. Because they once functioned as part of a larger whole, they seem to have acquired an inherent link between each other. ...
Entanglement refers to the fact that two or more particles, after interacting, can only be described jointly. For example, pairs of photons created in a nonlinear crystal are entangled. ...
means to get caught and stuck in something, like wire or bushes. What's the word?