entangle


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Synonyms for entangle

Synonyms for entangle

to twist together so that separation is difficult

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for entangle

entrap

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twist together or entwine into a confusing mass

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Our first and fundamental maxim should be, never to entangle ourselves in the broils of Europe; our second, never to suffer Europe to intermeddle with cis-Atlantic affairs.
All kinds of garbage, ranging from fishing nets to trash from cargo ships to litter on the beach, finds its way into coastal waters and the ocean, where it traps, ensnares and entangles marine wildlife such as marine mammals, sea turtles and seabirds.
As the chain segments relax further, G(t) decreases nearly monotonically with time for low molecular weight chains that do not entangle.
Ref Joe Cortez will warn the British boxer against excessive holding after the Kiwi's camp raised fears Lewis would entangle their fighter in his powerful arms.
Physicists entangle photons via a property called polarization, the orientation of light's oscillating electric field.
The chains entangle and these entanglements act as temporary crosslinks and reduce slippage.
There are several processes such as felting, needlepunching and spunlaced that entangle fiber by one method or another and each has its advantages and disadvantages.
Sweet Baby Jane went on to win the Norwegian Oaks for Lund and she completed a one-two for James when second to Entangle in a Listed race at Ovrevoll in September.
And last September, Christopher Monroe and his team at the University of Maryland in College Park were able to entangle two qubits made of single ions.
Fuzzy states Depending on their techniques, scientists can entangle photons in numerous ways and make the particles' properties match or differ.