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Definition of entwine verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    [usually passive]Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they entwine
    he / she / it entwines
    past simple entwined
    -ing form entwining
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  1. 1entwine something (with/in/around something) to twist or wind something around something else They strolled through the park, with arms entwined. The balcony was entwined with roses.
  2. 2be entwined (with something) to be very closely involved or connected with something Her destiny was entwined with his. Their lives are entwined.
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