tangle with

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Verb1.tangle with - get involved in or with
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
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يَشْتَبِك في مَعْرَكَه
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w>tangle with

vi +prep obj (inf)aneinandergeraten mit; I’m not tangling with himmit ihm lass ich mich (doch) nicht ein
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(ˈtӕŋgl) noun
an untidy, confused or knotted state. The child's hair was in a tangle.
to make or become tangled. Don't tangle my wool when I'm knitting.
ˈtangled adjective
in a tangle. tangled hair/branches; Her hair is always tangled.
tangle with
to become involved in a quarrel or struggle with (a person etc). I tangled with him over politics.
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