English - Definiton of snare Pronunciation
n. trap, device used to capture small game; something which traps or ensnares; metal or gut string stretched across the head of a snare drum
v. catch in a trap, entrap, entangle, capture
English - Spanish - snare Pronunciation
s. trampa, aguaitamiento, asechanza, celada, emboscada, garlito, insidia, red
v. asechar, cazar con trampa, coger, trapisondear
English - French - snare Pronunciation
n. piège, embuscade, trappe; noeud-coulant, boutonnière; corde de tambour
v. piéger
English - German - snare Pronunciation
n. Schlinge; Falle; Versuchung
v. in eine Falle locken
English - Italian - snare Pronunciation
s. (Venat) trappola, laccio; insidia, tranello
v. (Venat) prendere al laccio, intrappolare
English - Portuguese - snare Pronunciation
s. armadilha, cilada; laço; cordão do tambor
v. capturar com a armadilha
English - Russian - snare Pronunciation
с. силок, ловушка, западня
г. поймать в ловушку
English - Turkish - snare Pronunciation
f. kapana kıstırmak, tuzağa düşürmek, tuzak kurmak
i. kapan, tuzak, kıskaç, trampet kirişi
English - Albanian - snare Pronunciation
n. trap, grackë, kurth
v. grackë: kap në grackë
English - Dutch - snare Pronunciation
zn. (val)strik, val
ww. strikken, verstrikken
English - Greek - snare Pronunciation
ουσ. βρόχος, δίκτυο, παγίδα, παγίς
ρήμ. παγιδεύω
English - Chinese - snare Pronunciation
(名) 陷阱, 罗网; 圈套, 诱惑#勒除器; 响弦
(动) 捕捉; 诱获; 诱...入圈套; 谋得
English - Chinese - snare Pronunciation
(名) 陷阱, 羅網; 圈套, 誘惑#勒除器; 響弦
(動) 捕捉; 誘獲; 誘...入圈套; 謀得
English - Japanese - snare Pronunciation
(名) 罠; 誘惑; 響線
(動) 罠にかける; 陥れる; 巧みに手に入れる
English - Korean - snare Pronunciation
명. 덫, 올가미, 함정
Expressions
noun: a trap for birds or small mammals; often has a noose
noun: strings stretched across the lower head of a snare drum; they make a rattling sound when the drum is hit
noun: a surgical instrument consisting of wire hoop that can be drawn tight around the base of polyps or small tumors to sever them; used especially in body cavities
noun: a small drum with two heads and a snare stretched across the lower head
noun: something (often something deceptively attractive) that catches you unawares

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Synonyms for snare
1. entrap: ensnare, catch, enmesh, entangle, trap, trick, lure
2. trap: net, trick, pitfall, lure, decoy
Verb forms for snare
Present participle: snaring
Present: snare (3.person: snares)
Past: snared
Future: will snare
Present conditional: would snare
Present Perfect: have snared (3.person: has snared)
Past Perfect: had snared
Future Perfect: will have snared
Past conditional: would have snared