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unravel

verb /anˈrӕvəl/ ( past tense, past participle unravelled, British unraveled)
to take (eg string, thread etc ) out of its tangled condition; disentangle
desenmarañar, desenredar
She could not unravel the tangled thread.
(especially of a knitted fabric) to undo or become undone
deshacerse
My knitting (got) unravelled/unraveled when it fell off the needles.
to solve (a problem, mystery etc)
desembrollar
Is there no-one who can unravel this mystery?
(Definition of unravel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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