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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



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twist together or entwine into a confusing mass

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Entangling 14 atoms in a carefully controlled lab setting is very different from entangling thousands of atoms in a dozen clocks scattered all over the world.
This breakthrough is a first step towards entangling and twisting even macroscopic, spatially separated objects in two different directions.
Our chief delinquency is the failure to heed the Founding Fathers' admonition not to intervene in the affairs of other nations, and to eschew entangling alliances.
Companhia Siderurgica Nacional ("CSN") (NYSE:SID) announces that it has signed today the contracts regarding the entangling of the logistics stakes between CSN and Companhia Vale do Rio Doce ("CVRD").
To create a quantum computer, the team had to create more than 1 million such qubits and entangling them together, so that the states of any one qubit are intrinsically linked with the states of others.
We're very interested in entangling new systems," Lamata says.
The Alliance also sought to ensure, by entangling the United States with European affairs, that the United States would not ally itself with the rest of the New World, in opposition to the Old.
Urging Baptist leaders to remember their historic doctrines, Simmons observed, "Baptists once held the position that churches should reject entangling alliances with government powers.
Our organisation tried our level best to save the birds from entangling into the strings during the kite flying festival, but those which died, we are expressing our grief and thus took out a funeral procession.
By means of a choreographed sequence of laser pulses, the scientists in each group set the stage for teleportation by tweaking one of the three ions so that it would have a particular quantum state and by entangling the second and third ions.
And Thomas Jefferson expressed the same thinking during his 1801 inauguration when he urged "peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.
Entangling the photon and ion is a step toward entangling two widely separated ions, say Boris B.