disentangle


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to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for disentangle

release from entanglement of difficulty

free from involvement or entanglement

separate the tangles of

smoothen and neaten with or as with a comb

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Analysis by the London School of Economics and accountants PWC shows Britain could dip into recession as we disentangle ourselves from Europe.
Disentangle Productions in co-operation with Parti Penrhyn organisers, North Wales Wildlife Trust and Gwerin y Coed put on an extraordinary children's show as poet 'Gruff ' merges from the woods and leads groups through the nature reserve in a bid to return the dragon's egg before the dragon catches them.
NanoPaths aims to understand how nanoparticles are processed by cells and in particular (1) to disentangle the mechanisms they use to enter cells, and (2) discover whether highly curved nanosized objects can assist cell membrane curvature, thus play an active role in their internalization; (3) to isolate the structures in which nanoparticles are internalized, in order to understand early sorting by cells, and further characterise the machinery for internalization; and finally (4) to define heterogeneity in cell response to nanoparticles in all of these aspects due to population context (i.
Because of the design of this study, the researchers were not able to disentangle the mechanism of the different dietary intake trends.
It will take micro-surgery to disentangle three centuries of close interdependence after which we will have to deal with three bitter neighbours"- Harry Potter creator JK Rowling, who supports the Better Together campaign.
They got entangled and have no idea how to disentangle them.
Sleiman refused to pose as false witness to Hizbullah's involvement in Syria exclaiming as to how the president could decline from asking the party of God to disentangle from Syria?
The researchers said that this makes it possible to disentangle love from other biological drives.
UN resolutions present a tailor-made solution of the issue for India to disentangle itself from thorny issue" he stressed, warning that any lapse by UN could plunge the issue in serious turmoil.
He said sailors in training had to stop to disentangle their rudders from rubbish.
argued in court documents that while it could separately value the T&G, it could not disentangle the daily operations of the T&G and the Globe, which make up the New England Media Group.
Weidmann, who is also the president of the Bundesbank, called for a cap on banks' sovereign bond holdings and sufficient capital backing to help disentangle the close relationship between states and banks.
It is important in people's minds to disentangle the Philpott case and the Welfare Benefit issue and not to tar all benefit claimants with one couple's wrongdoings.
Moreover, farm price measures must rely on a small, and changing, sample of farm sales from which they must disentangle like-for-like price changes.
For this reason, this polyethylene is often swollen and dissolved in suitable solvents, like decalin and paraffin, to disentangle the networks.