Meaning- to cause someone to become involved in an argument or difficult situation.
• Russia was reluctant to get its forces embroiled in killing of ISIS terrorists.
• They were embroiled in a complicated lawsuit.
• His stand on this issue has embroiled him in controversy.
• It seems those who were even remotely connected to the minister became somehow embrangled in the embezzlement scandal around him.
• Opposition always tries to embroil Government in unimportant things, so diverting their energy from real problems of the country.
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