Definition of "entrap"
  1. The action of encouraging, persuading excessively, or deceiving someone into committing a crime with the intent to bring criminal charges against that person
How to use "entrap" in a sentence
  1. The undercover officer was accused of trying to entrap the suspect by asking him to rob the bank.
  2. The defense argued that the defendant was entrapped into smuggling drugs into the country.
  3. There was a dispute over whether the suspect was entrapped into providing false information to the authorities.

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