Traducción de entangle en español:


enredar, v.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈtæŋɡəl/ /ɛnˈtæŋɡəl/ /ɪnˈtaŋɡ(ə)l/ /ɛnˈtaŋɡ(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de enredar

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (twist, catch)
    to become entangled in sth enredarse en algo
    • his feet got entangled in the net se le enredaron los pies en la red
    • The staff was meticulously made, a devoutly curved and twisted wrap of gold entangling the base silver of it, with a single blood-red gem shaped like an orb tipping it.
    • He grabbed her hand and entangled their fingers together instead.
    • Inspired by South American cowboys, some forces deploy bolas, several yards of rope weighted with rubber balls, to entangle a suspect's legs.
    • Over the years, I have noticed that the most lethargic are likely to have algae and various invertebrates cloaking their shells and eyes, and plenty of mussels entangling their legs and gills.
    • He growled in annoyance as he hacked through an appendage trying to entangle his legs.
    • With their hands still entangled together, they looked at their family innocently.
    • Otway is doing all it can to persuade local fishermen to cut penguins free from their nets when they get entangled with a catch.
    • Before now scientists only managed to entangle a few atoms close together, raising a question mark over the practicality of quantum technology.
    • Somehow Mary's legs got entangled with his, and he sprawled flat on his face, losing his cigar.
    • His trouser leg became entangled in the rotating rod and he was flipped over.
    • At midnight, Sara awoke to a dark room with her blankets entangled around her legs.
    • Emily gracefully spun to face him and caught the whip in her still entangled right hand.
    • When they hit bottom everyone was entangled with someone else's legs or arms.
    • The Fiobuoy can be used in situations where tethered surface buoys would be dangerous for marine navigation or risk entangling wildlife in buoy lines, or where an underwater object needs to be safeguarded from interference or theft.
    • Chicks more than a week old are removed from their nests between early March to May by using curved needles tied to a rope which are inserted into the nest cavities entangling the chicks.
    • We have told both parties repeatedly, publicly and loudly to get out of our way and stop entangling our campaign with their schemes.
    • It remembered President Washington's warning against entangling foreign alliances.
    • I can't seem to even get past the CD singles stand without entangling my foot around a badly placed world music display.
    • Red tape now entangles the interrogation process, and detainees know that their adversaries' hands are tied.
    • Otherwise, it either withers away or entangles the individual lives of the couple in a terrible way.
  • 2

    (in scheme, lie)
    to become entangled in sth verse envuelto / involucrado en algo
    • don't get entangled with them no te metas en enredos con ellos