Tangle

  • 1 Tangle — Género Drama Reparto Justine Clarke Catherine McClements Kat Stewart Matt Day Joel Tobeck Don Hany Kick Gurry Eva Lazzaro Lincoln Younes Blake Davis País de origen …

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  • 2 Tangle — Tan gle, n. 1. [Cf. Icel. [thorn][ o]ngull. See {Tang} seaweed.] (Bot.) Any large blackish seaweed, especially the {Laminaria saccharina}. See {Kelp}. [1913 Webster] Coral and sea fan and tangle, the blooms and the palms of the ocean. C. Kingsley …

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  • 3 Tangle — may refer to: * Tangle (TV series), an Australian television series *Tangle theory, a branch of knot theory invented by John Horton Conway *Neurofibrillary tangles, which occur in Alzheimer s disease * Tangled Up , the fourth studio album by… …

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  • 4 tangle up — ˌtangle ˈup [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they tangle up he/she/it tangles up present participle tangling up past tense …

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  • 5 Tangle — Tan gle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tangled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tangling}.] [A frequentative fr. tang seaweed; hence, to twist like seaweed. See {Tang} seaweed, and cf. {Tangle}, n.] 1. To unite or knit together confusedly; to interweave or interlock,… …

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  • 6 Tangle — Tan gle, v. i. To be entangled or united confusedly; to get in a tangle. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 tangle — [n] knot, confusion coil, complication, entanglement, jam, jungle, labyrinth, mass, mat, maze, mesh, mess, mix up, morass, muddle, rummage, skein, snag, snarl, twist, web; concepts 230,674,720 Ant. line, order, peace tangle [v] knot, complicate… …

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  • 8 tangle — ► VERB 1) twist (strands) together into a confused mass. 2) (tangle with) informal become involved in a conflict with. ► NOUN 1) a confused mass of something twisted together. 2) a confused or complicated state; a muddle. DERIVATIVES …

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  • 9 Tangle — Тангл  это соединённые между собой цепочкой несколько секторов, каждый из которых есть четверть тора. Соединение между секторами позволяет вращаться каждому сектору отдельно от остальных, вокруг своей оси. Классический Тангл состоит из 18… …

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  • 10 tangle — index complex (entanglement), disorganize, engage (involve), implicate, intertwine, involution, p …

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  • 11 tangle — [taŋ′gəl] vt. tangled, tangling [ME tanglen, prob. nasalized var. of taglen, to entangle, akin to Swed dial. taggla, to disarrange] 1. to hinder, obstruct, or confuse by or as by covering, circling, entwining, etc. 2. to catch in or as in a net… …

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  • 12 tangle — I UK [ˈtæŋɡ(ə)l] / US noun [countable] Word forms tangle : singular tangle plural tangles 1) the untidy shape that things make when they are twisted round each other or round something else Her hair had got into a hopeless tangle. a tangle of… …

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  • 13 tangle — tan|gle1 [ tæŋgl ] noun count 1. ) the messy shape that things make when they are twisted around each other or around something else: Her hair was in a hopeless tangle. a tangle of narrow streets 2. ) a situation that is difficult to deal with… …

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  • 14 tangle — tan|gle1 [ˈtæŋgəl] v [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) [I and T] also tangle up to become twisted together, or make something become twisted together, in an untidy mass ▪ My hair tangles easily. ▪ His parachute… …

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  • 15 tangle — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ confused ▪ dense, thick ▪ a dense tangle of undergrowth ▪ complex, vast ▪ …

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  • 16 tangle — [[t]tæ̱ŋg(ə)l[/t]] tangles, tangling, tangled 1) N COUNT: usu N of n A tangle of something is a mass of it twisted together in an untidy way. A tangle of wires is all that remains of the computer and phone systems... There he stood: hair in wild… …

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  • 17 tangle — I n. to unravel a tangle II v. (colloq.) (d; intr.) ( to quarrel ) to tangle over; with (don t tangle with him) * * * [ tæŋg(ə)l] with (don t tangle with him) (colloq.) (d; intr.) ( to quarrel ) to tangle over to unravel a tangle …

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  • 18 tangle — 1 verb (I, T) to become twisted together or make something become twisted together in an untidy mass: My hair tangles easily. | tangle sth: Somebody s tangled all these cables under my computer. tangle with sb phrasal verb (T) informal to argue… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 tangle — tangle1 tanglement, n. tangler, n. tangly, adv. /tang geuhl/, v., tangled, tangling, n. v.t. 1. to bring together into a mass of confusedly interlaced or intertwisted threads, strands, or other like parts; snarl. 2. to involve in something that… …

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  • 20 tangle — {{11}}tangle (n.) 1610s, a tangled condition, from TANGLE (Cf. tangle) (v.). {{12}}tangle (v.) mid 14c., nasalized variant of tagilen to involve in a difficult situation, entangle, from a Scandinavian source (Cf. dialectal Swed. taggla to… …

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