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en·twine  (ĕn-twīn′)
v. en·twined, en·twin·ing, en·twines
To twine around or together: The ivy entwined the column.
To twine or twist together.

en·twine′ment n.

entwine (ɪnˈtwaɪn) or intwine
1. (of two or more things) to twine together or (of one or more things) to twine around (something else)
enˈtwinement inˈtwinement n
en•twine (ɛnˈtwaɪn)

v.t., v.i. -twined, -twin•ing.
to twine about, around, or together.
en•twine′ment, n.
Thesaurus Legend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Verb1.entwine - tie or link together
conjoin, join - make contact or come together; "The two roads join here"
purl stitch - make with purl stitches
loop, intertwine - make a loop in; "loop a rope"
2.entwine - spin,wind, or twist togetherentwine - spin,wind, or twist together; "intertwine the ribbons"; "Twine the threads into a rope"; "intertwined hearts"
distort, twine, twist - form into a spiral shape; "The cord is all twisted"
wreathe, wind - form into a wreath
twine - make by twisting together or intertwining; "twine a rope"
wattle - interlace to form wattle
plash, pleach - interlace the shoots of; "pleach a hedge"
ravel, tangle, knot - tangle or complicate; "a ravelled story"
splice - join by interweaving strands; "Splice the wires"

entwine intwine
entwine [ɪnˈtwaɪn] VT (= plait) → entrelazar; (= twist around) → enroscar

entwine [ɪnˈtwaɪn]
(= twist) [plants] → s'entrelacer
to entwine with sth → s'enlacer à qch
(= link together) → s'enchevêtrer
E-number [ˈiːnʌmbər] n (British)additif m, additif m alimentaire

vt (= twist together) stems, ribbonsineinanderschlingen; they entwined their handssie schlangen ihre Hände ineinander; to be entwined with something (fig)mit etw verflochten sein; to be entwined in something (fig)in etw (acc)verwickelt sein
visich ineinanderschlingen or -winden

entwine [ɪnˈtwaɪn] vtintrecciare

entwine (inˈtwain) verb
to wind round.

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In fresh myrtle my blade I'll entwine, Like Harmodius, the gallant and good, When he made at the tutelar shrine A libation of Tyranny's blood.
At last the bollworm had attacked the cotton--the poison ivy was reaching out its tendrils to entwine the summer boarder--the millionaire lumberman, thinly disguised as the Alaskan miner, was about to engulf our Milly and upset Nature's adjustment.
Such young unfurrowed souls roll to meet each other like two velvet peaches that touch softly and are at rest; they mingle as easily as two brooklets that ask for nothing but to entwine themselves and ripple with ever- interlacing curves in the leafiest hiding-places.
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