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enmeshverb [T]

uk   us   /enˈmeʃ/
to catch or involve someone in something unpleasant or dangerous from which it is difficult to escape: The whales are caught by being enmeshed in nets. She has become enmeshed in a tangle of drugs and petty crime.
Translations of “enmesh”
in Chinese (Traditional) 纏住, 使陷入, 使捲入…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缠住, 使陷入, 使卷入…
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