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en·twine

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

en·twine′ment n.

entwine

(ɪnˈtwaɪn) or

intwine

vb
(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.
[1590–1600]
en•twine′ment, n.

entwine


Past participle: entwined
Gerund: entwining

Imperative
entwine
entwine
Present
I entwine
you entwine
he/she/it entwines
we entwine
you entwine
they entwine
Preterite
I entwined
you entwined
he/she/it entwined
we entwined
you entwined
they entwined
Present Continuous
I am entwining
you are entwining
he/she/it is entwining
we are entwining
you are entwining
they are entwining
Present Perfect
I have entwined
you have entwined
he/she/it has entwined
we have entwined
you have entwined
they have entwined
Past Continuous
I was entwining
you were entwining
he/she/it was entwining
we were entwining
you were entwining
they were entwining
Past Perfect
I had entwined
you had entwined
he/she/it had entwined
we had entwined
you had entwined
they had entwined
Future
I will entwine
you will entwine
he/she/it will entwine
we will entwine
you will entwine
they will entwine
Future Perfect
I will have entwined
you will have entwined
he/she/it will have entwined
we will have entwined
you will have entwined
they will have entwined
Future Continuous
I will be entwining
you will be entwining
he/she/it will be entwining
we will be entwining
you will be entwining
they will be entwining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been entwining
you have been entwining
he/she/it has been entwining
we have been entwining
you have been entwining
they have been entwining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been entwining
you will have been entwining
he/she/it will have been entwining
we will have been entwining
you will have been entwining
they will have been entwining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been entwining
you had been entwining
he/she/it had been entwining
we had been entwining
you had been entwining
they had been entwining
Conditional
I would entwine
you would entwine
he/she/it would entwine
we would entwine
you would entwine
they would entwine
Past Conditional
I would have entwined
you would have entwined
he/she/it would have entwined
we would have entwined
you would have entwined
they would have entwined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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

verb
To move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course:
Translations
يَشْبِكُ، يَحْبِكُ
vikle
körülfon
vefja/fléttast um
apvytisupinti
apvītiepīt
dolamaksarmak

entwine

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

entwine

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

entwine

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.
References in classic literature ?
"Just the place for a Snark!" the Bellman cried, As he landed his crew with care; Supporting each man on the top of the tide By a finger entwined in his hair.
After the birth of little Harry, however, she had gradually become tranquillized and settled; and every bleeding tie and throbbing nerve, once more entwined with that little life, seemed to become sound and healthful, and Eliza was a happy woman up to the time that her husband was rudely torn from his kind employer, and brought under the iron sway of his legal owner.
They were surrounded by men, women, and children, who sang a kind of lugubrious psalm, interrupted at regular intervals by the tambourines and cymbals; while behind them was drawn a car with large wheels, the spokes of which represented serpents entwined with each other.
In her dark hair flowers were entwined, and her face was noble and calm.
But the whole was entwined and woven into a fabric of mutual interest and consideration.
There was not a lane, or brook, or copse, or cottage near, with which some childish event was not entwined, and back it came upon the mind--as events of childhood do--nothing in itself: perhaps a word, a laugh, a look, some slight distress, a passing thought or fear: and yet more strongly and distinctly marked, and better remembered, than the hardest trials or severest sorrows of a year ago.
She was watching them both, a steely light in her eyes, her fingers nervously entwined. The Prince was still absent.
Corney's aprong-string, round which is gradually became entwined.
In the enormous incisions of his ears were entwined ornaments of silver, beads, and porcupine’s quills, mingled in a rude taste, and after the Indian fashions.
She had no handling of the last one as she was not able at the time, for she only had her once in her arms, and her affections had not time to be so fairly entwined around her.
There flashed into his mind the picture of her mother, of the kiss of greeting, and of the pair of them walking toward him with arms entwined. Not in his world were such displays of affection between parents and children made.
It trembled through her nerves; it entwined itself mysteriously with the finest sensibilities in her nature; it softly opened her heart to a first vague surmising of the devotion that she had inspired in him.