Verb(1) take or catch as if in a snare or trap(2) catch in or as if in a trap
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Advertising false psuedo-medical procedures to entrap consumers is not tolerated,├ö├ç├û the Minister said.(2) Welcome to the ├ö├ç├┐surveillance society├ö├ç├û, where the police can bug, wire-tap and even entrap you in the name of law and order.(3) They have been unfairly targeted and the BBC has set out to try to entrap them.(4) This is a woman who is actively engaging the police and actively working with them to the point of suggesting how she might be able to entrap him from the very beginning of her work with the police.(5) We are not out to entrap motorists, we are trying to reduce the carnage on county roads.(6) There's an old journalist question used to entrap people - it's so unethical, it's a joke.(7) A lot of citizens are unhappy that their tax dollars are being spent on stings to entrap them, but the police retort that this is a bigger safety problem than you might realize.(8) The matrices tangle and entrap understandings of creation and knowledge to expose their threadbare construction.(9) First they have to explain why they used prostitutes to entrap corrupt people.(10) The lower bands would cut tax for the less well-off, but the new higher bands would entrap many middle-class households, simply because house price inflation has increased the value of their homes.(11) Reading his poems feels like you are watching him walk into a room full of mirrors; each entrap a small vision of the poet, but no image is ever complete.(12) Perhaps more likely is the idea that British intelligence does know where he is and that they are monitoring his every move, hoping to use him as a ├ö├ç├┐honeypot├ö├ç├û to entrap others.(13) discarded fishing lines can entrap wildlife(14) Now imagine a police force with the power to entrap you into crime in order to arrest you.(15) She said there would also need to be safeguards in using surveillance recordings in court as evidence so that the person accused had the opportunity to explain what he allegedly said and the surveillance was not used to entrap the person.(16) Here is another push by capitalist forces to entrap areas of economic life that had once been outside the sway of the commodity form.
(1) entrap :: 閉じ込めます
1. trap ::
2. entice ::
1. disentangle ::
Different Formsentrap, entrapment, entraps
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