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also: past tense -wove or -weaved past participle -woven or -weaved
American English: /ˌɪn(t)ərˈwiv/
British English: /ɪntəˈwiːv/

Translation of interweave in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1
    the leitmotiv is cunningly interwoven into the text
    el leitmotiv aparece acertadamente entretejido en el texto
    Example sentences
    • But instead of neatly-folded hosiery, out comes a congealed mass of tightly interwoven tights, socks, bras and assorted accessories.
    • As I walked along the paths that interweave amongst the foliage I came upon something I had never seen there before.
    • Jonkers Street was already crowded with vehicles and pedestrians, which seemed to interweave without touching each other.
    also: interwoven past participle
    their lives were interwoven
    sus vidas estaban inextricablemente unidas

intransitive verb

  • 1.1
    1.2 (mix)
    Example sentences
    • Sexual attitudes, knowledge, and sexual experiences in earlier years are closely interwoven with sexual desire.
    • The fact is that the settlement of the West was closely interwoven with the evolution of arms technology in America.
    • The rejection of linear time is, for many postmodern thinkers, closely interwoven with two other crucial issues.

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