Simple past tense and past participle of entrap. (verb)
Examples of word entrapped
Â“It was you that entrapped me, Â” began Gregory, shaking from head to foot, Â“entrapped me intoÂ—Â—Â”85
And that's another difference: Kate's e-mail "entrapped" Kinsella; Warman's e-mails aren't as subtle -- he doesn't entrap people into uttering racist remarks, he outright plants those racist remarks himself.
Mr Justice Hart said that given the evidence of two meetings between Amir and Mr Kearns in particular, Mr Kearns had been "entrapped".
The bar owners said they don't want to be "entrapped" and face $500 citations from the state excise police.
SB 1070 says employers who want to claim they were "entrapped" must show the idea of breaking the law started not with them but with police or prosecutors.