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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishentrapmenten‧trap‧ment /ɪnˈtræpmənt/ noun [uncountable]  TRICK/DECEIVEthe practice of trapping someone by tricking them, especially to show that they are guilty of a crime
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entrapmentAnd the murder suspect himself, whom Lucy seduced to secure a confession, only to have the case dismissed for entrapment.In 1969 the Home Office distributed a circular to police forces advising against the use of entrapment.In one entrapment incident when he was in the Assembly, some one pushed an envelope under his door.The social resources for liberation from social entrapment, often in local milieux, are information and power.
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