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interweave

verb in·ter·weave \ˌin-tər-ˈwēv\

: to twist or weave (threads, fibers, etc.) together

in·ter·wove\-ˈwōv\ also in·ter·weavedin·ter·wo·ven\-ˈwō-vən\ also in·ter·weavedin·ter·weav·ing

Full Definition of INTERWEAVE

transitive verb
1
:  to weave together
2
:  to mix or blend together <interweaving his own insights … with letters and memoirs — Phoebe Adams>
intransitive verb
in·ter·weave \ˈin-tər-ˌwēv\ noun
in·ter·wo·ven \ˌin-tər-ˈwō-vən\ adjective
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Examples of INTERWEAVE

  1. a house built from poles interwoven with vines
  2. a mat of interwoven fibers

First Known Use of INTERWEAVE

1598
INTERWOVEN Defined for Kids

interweave

verb in·ter·weave \ˌin-tər-ˈwēv\
in·ter·wove \-ˈwōv\in·ter·wo·ven \-ˈwō-vən\in·ter·weav·ing

Definition of INTERWEAVE for Kids

1
:  to twist or weave together
2
:  to blend together <The story interweaves love and tragedy.>

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