entangled definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of entangle.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of entangle.
  • adjective:
    • tangled or twisted together
    • puzzled or difficult
    • (of two quantum states) correlated, although actually divided; (discussing a situation of a composite system) not separable
    • in a confused size. Contrasted with untangled.
    • profoundly included especially in something difficult.
    • constrained by or just as if by a convoluted rope or web; ensnared.
    • twisted collectively in a tangled mass
    • profoundly involved especially in one thing complicated
    • taking part in problems
    • tangled or twisted collectively
    • puzzled or difficult
    • (of two quantum states) correlated, despite the fact that actually separated; (discussing a state of a composite system) maybe not separable
    • in a confused mass. Compared with untangled.
    • deeply involved especially in some thing difficult.
    • constrained by or just as if by a convoluted rope or internet; ensnared.
    • twisted together in a tangled mass
    • deeply involved particularly in one thing difficult
    • involved in troubles
  • others:
    • In heraldry, same as fretted.
    • In heraldry, same as fretted.

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