English to Macedonian Meaning of snare - замка

Snare :

стапица, замка, мамка, јама, пајажина, лажни, решетката, нето, веб, плексус, страна, јамката, крило, вратоврска, искушението, наведуваш, поттикнување

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Definitions of snare in English
Noun(1) something (often something deceptively attractive(2) a small drum with two heads and a snare stretched across the lower head(3) 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(4) strings stretched across the lower head of a snare drum; they make a rattling sound when the drum is hit(5) a trap for birds or small mammals; often has a slip noose
Verb(1) catch in or as if in a trap(2) entice and trap
Examples of snare in English
(1) Not only that, I once saw where a lynx had walked along the same trail and obviously jumped right through the snare without making the hair-trigger set spring.(2) A CAT was injured after being caught in a deliberately-set noose snare .(3) A wire snare is used to remove the polyps under local or general anaesthetic.(4) A single strand of hair recovered from the victim's clothes managed to snare him and detectives arrested him at his home.(5) Mr Rooke said some premium retail sites might find it harder to snare tenants at existing rents, but B-grade retail space would be hardest hit by any oversupply.(6) It would be good to snare new readers without asking for subscription money.(7) If a polyp or abnormal tissue is found, the doctor may choose to remove it with a snare or cautery, or may take a biopsy.(8) Most use mass-marketing techniques to snare their victims, and the problem has worsened with the wider use of email.(9) Dubbed the Black Widow, the 43-year-old mother-of-one wove webs of fantasy to snare her male victims, often luring them with promises of a new life that police would come to call the American Dream.(10) The endobronchial accessories consisted of polypectomy snare , coagulation probe, forceps, and a cutting blade.(11) Here they are trying to snare someone in their web of lies, according to the defense.(12) Magazine magnates, television producers and movie studio executives wouldn't continue to use bridal themes as a blueprint if they didn't snare consumers.(13) The faintest bit of curiosity is all it takes to snare you.(14) I had only just learned which plants to eat and how to snare rabbits.(15) She recently picked her way through park underbrush carrying a net she later used to snare a 4-hour-old antelope, which she weighed, fitted with a radio collar and released.(16) Heroin worth Ôö¼├║1, 500 was seized, along with Ôö¼├║2,000 in cash after officers mounted a covert surveillance operation to snare dealers.
Related Phrases of snare
1. trap ::
2. pitfall ::
3. gin ::
4. side drum ::
страна барабан
5. trap ::
6. ensnare ::
7. entrap ::
8. hook ::
Different Forms
snare, snared, snares, snaring
Word Example from TV Shows
♪ 808 snare drum,
Snare drum, clap ♪

♪ 808 SNARE drum, Snare drum, clap ♪

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4

♪ 808 snare drum,
Snare drum, clap ♪

♪ 808 SNARE drum, Snare drum, clap ♪

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4

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