Bedeutung von “unravel” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb [ I, T ] us uk /ʌnˈrævəl/ present participle mainly UK unravelling, past tense and past participle unravelled, present participle US unraveling, past tense and past participle unraveled

If you unravel a difficult situation or story, or if it unravels, it becomes clear and easier to understand:

No one has yet unravelled the mystery of his death.

to stop being twisted together, or to move pieces of string, etc so that they are not twisted together

(Definition von “unravel” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)