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entrench or intrench (ɪnˈtrɛntʃ)
1.  (tr) to construct (a defensive position) by digging trenches around it
2.  (tr) to fix or establish firmly, esp so as to prevent removal or change
3.  (intr; foll by on or upon) to trespass or encroach; infringe
intrench or intrench
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en'trencher or intrench
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