disentangle

US [ˌdɪsɪnˈtæŋɡ(ə)l]
UK [.dɪsɪn'tæŋɡ(ə)l]
  • v.理顺;使解脱;使脱出;使摆脱
  • Web解开;解决;清理
Simple Present:disentangles  Present Participle:disentangling  Past Tense:disentangled  
disentangle
v.
1.
~ sth (from sth)
理顺,分清,清理出(混乱的论据、想法等)to separate different arguments, ideas, etc. that have become confused
It's not easy to disentangle the truth from the official statistics.
从官方统计资料中理出真实情况并不容易。
2.
~ sth/sb (from sth)
使解脱;使脱出;使摆脱to free sb/sth from sth that has become wrapped or twisted around it or them
He tried to disentangle his fingers from her hair.
他竭力将手指从她缠绕的头发中挣脱出来。
She has just disentangled herself from a painful relationship.
她刚刚摆脱一段痛苦的感情。
3.
~ sth
解开…的结;理顺to get rid of the twists and knots in sth
He was sitting on the deck disentangling a coil of rope.
他坐在甲板上解开一捆绳索。

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