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Synonyms for entrap

Synonyms for entrap

to gain control of or an advantage over by or as if by trapping

Synonyms for entrap

take or catch as if in a snare or trap

catch in or as if in a trap

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Topkamp: Michael Bell's filly won the Listed Cecil Frail Stakes in which Entrap was third
It is not only the case, however, that he attempts to entrap her with counterfeit; he also attempts to use her against herself, that is, as a counterfeit ("to make in opposition or contrast").
Fallon needed to show all of his ice-cool patience to complete the hat trick on Entrap.
Entrap (Kieren Fallon) runs out an impressive winner of the conditions race
We have spent considerable amount of time developing a protocol to entrap retinol, due to the importance that this molecule plays in the personal care marketplace and the benefits that Poly-Pore can add.
Reformers committed to eradicating prostitution (with which many in Alexander's sample were charged) were happy to ally themselves with desperate families, lobbying for ever easier means of commitment, as well as to entrap the unsuspecting in patently contrived circumstances.
Yet in his scenarios, the props seem to come alive and entrap the actors.
The core technology is also being developed to provide a catheter-based solution to entrap plaque which resides in the aortic arch.
Entrap has sound claims in the Oh So Sharp Stakes (5.
7 French NCompass(R) is the Smallest Tipless Nitinol Basket that Enables Physicians to More Effectively Entrap and Extract Kidney Stones and Fragments
WASHINGTON - Vermont Precision Woodworks is recalling about 990 cribs because slats can come off, creating an opening that could entrap a child's head or neck and cause strangulation.
If the web touched the bottom roll first, it could entrap air and cloud the sheet, according to extrusion division president Dennis Paradise.
From these studies, Ross says, it became apparent the drugs bind first to DNA and then entrap the enzyme.
Ironically, Tingey notes, although the potato's glue isn't sticky enough to actually entrap the Colorado potato beetle, it does lead them to feed less and rest more -- contributing to a reduction in their growth, delay in their maturation and decrease in their reproductive capacity.
During its bi-directional rotation, nitrogen gas is injected and sheared into fine bubbles and spread evenly into the molten metal to entrap hydrogen and oxides.