- n. 陷阱；圈套；[外科] 勒除器
- vt. 捕捉；诱惑
CET6+ TEM8 GRE
来自古诺斯语 snara,网，捕鸟网，来自 Proto-Germanic*snarkho,网，来自 PIE*sne,编织，织造， 词源同 snood,needle,net.引申比喻义陷阱，罗网，圈套等。
- snare (n.1)
- "noose for catching animals," late Old English, from a Scandinavian source such as Old Norse snara "noose, snare," related to soenri "twisted rope," from Proto-Germanic *snarkho (cognates: Middle Dutch snare, Dutch snaar, Old High German snare, German Schnur "noose, cord," Old English snear "a string, cord"). Figuratively from c. 1300.
- snare (n.2)
- "string across a drum," 1680s, probably from Dutch snaar "string," from same source as snare (n.1). From 1938 as short for snare-drum (1873).
- snare (v.)
- late 14c., "to ensnare," from snare (n.1). Related: Snared; snaring.
- 1. Most of all I want to snare a husband.
- 2. to snare a rabbit
- 3. I used to snare small birds such as sparrows.
- 4. A fox is not taken twice in the same snare.
- 5. His promises are a snare.
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