Examples of disentangle in a Sentence
it took forever to disentangle the knot
the years that it took to disentangle ourselves from our troubles after someone started using our social security numbers
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The repeal bill is central to the government's plan to exit the EU in 2019, disentangling Britain from more than 40 years of EU lawmaking and repealing the treaty that first made Britain a member in 1972.
Howlett, 59, was killed Monday trying to disentangle a North Atlantic Right Whale off the coast of New Brunswick, according to a statement from Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
Chilton County sheriff's deputies say 74-year-old Larry Smitherman was killed while trying to disentangle a garden hose from his bush hog.
The fundamental right of same-sex couples to marry cannot be disentangled in this way from the equal right to the benefits and privileges that come with it.
The first is what follows from invoking Article 50, which, in practice, is about how to disentangle the U.K. from the EU’s laws and responsibilities.
Just a dream, $500 from her church’s leaders and a determination to disentangle herself from the violence, poverty and abuse that marred so much of her young life.
The threads are impossible to disentangle, but the constant glimpses of them make fools of us all, like an audience at a magic show in which the curtains and handkerchiefs aren’t quite covering everything.
And an effort to disentangle himself from his business wound up raising conflict-of-interest questions.
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DISENTANGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disentangle for English Language Learners
: to separate (things that are twisted together or caught on one another)
: to remove the twists or knots in (something)
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