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entwine

verb [T often passive] uk   us   /ɪnˈtwaɪn/
to twist something together or around something: The picture captures the two lovers with their arms entwined.
entwined
adjective uk   us   /-ˈtwaɪnd/
closely connected or unable to be separated: The fates of both countries seem somehow entwined.
Translations of “entwine”
in Vietnamese bện…
in Spanish entrelazar…
in Thai พันรอบ…
in Malaysian melilit…
in French (s’)entrelacer…
in German umwinden, umwickeln…
in Chinese (Traditional) 纏繞, 盤繞, 使交錯…
in Indonesian menggulung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缠绕, 盘绕, 使交错…
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