Bedeutung von “unravel” — Learner’s Dictionary

unravel

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
BECOME CLEAR

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.
THREAD/STRING

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)