动词过去式:intertwined 过去分词:intertwined 现在分词:intertwining 第三人称单数:intertwines 名词:intertwine-ment
inter-=between,among 变化型 enter-,intel-
v [I, Ipr, Tn, Tn.pr] ~ (sth) (with sth) be twisted so as to become joined; twist (things) so as to join them 缠结在一起; 使（东西）缠绕在一起
*Their fingers intertwined. 他们的手指在一起勾着.
* His fingers intertwined with hers. 他的手指勾着她的手指.
* They intertwined their fingers. 他们把手指勾在一起.
* He intertwined his fingers with hers. 他用手指勾着她的手指.
* (fig 比喻) Our fates seemed inextricably intertwined, ie linked. 我们的命运好像紧密相连, 难分难解.
v [I and T]
if two situations, ideas etc are intertwined, they are closely related to each other
be closely/inextricably intertwined
The problems of crime and unemployment are closely intertwined.
if two things intertwine, or if they are intertwined, they are twisted together
a necklace of rubies intertwined with pearls