Definition of intermesh in English:


Syllabification: in·ter·mesh
Pronunciation: /ˌintərˈmeSH


[no object]
(Of two or more things) mesh with one another.
More example sentences
  • Like Iraq, as politics intermeshed with intelligence, another drama involving an Australian intelligence officer was playing out.
  • In this matrix of power, where patriarchal structures intermeshed with basic economic structures of labor exploitation, the position of white women was ambiguous.
  • One mark is smeared on top of another, and so forth, until foreground, middle ground and background intermesh in a perpetual but confusing push-pull.

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