1. to place in a position of strength; establish firmly or solidly: safely entrenched behind undeniable facts.
2. to dig trenches for defensive purposes around (oneself, a military position, etc.). verb (used without object)
3. to encroach; trespass; infringe (usually followed by on or upon): to entrench on the domain or rights of another.
"sides can be entrenched in positions."
"prices can be entrenched in ranges."
"troops can be entrenched in areas."
"troops can be entrenched near borders."
"systems can be entrenched in pledges."
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