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snarenoun [C]

uk   /sneər/  us   /sner/
a device for catching small animals and birds, usually with a rope or wire that tightens around the animal a trick or situation that deceives you or involves you in some problem that you do not know about: The legal system is full of snares for those who are not wary.

snareverb [T]

uk   /sneər/  us   /sner/
to catch an animal using a snare: We used to snare small birds such as sparrows and robins.figurative She grew up in the days when a woman's main aim was to snare a rich husband.
Traducciones de “snare”
in Vietnamese cái bẫy, cái lưới…
en español trampa…
in Thai กับดัก…
in Malaysian perangkap…
en francés piège…
en alemán die Schlinge…
en chino (tradicionál) 陷阱,羅網, 圈套,陷阱…
in Indonesian jerat…
en ruso западня, ловушка…
en turco tuzak, kapan…
en chino (simplificado) 陷阱,罗网, 圈套,陷阱…
en polaco sidła, wnyki…
(Definition of snare from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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