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Synonyms for tangle

Synonyms for tangle

to twist together so that separation is difficult

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

to gain control of or an advantage over by or as if by trapping

something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

Synonyms for tangle

a twisted and tangled mass that is highly interwoven

something jumbled or confused


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force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action

tangle or complicate

disarrange or rumple

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twist together or entwine into a confusing mass

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The Tangle's unique properties are designed to deliver industry-changing IoT innovation in such areas as supply chain, mobility and automotive, eHealth and smart energy/connected cities and social impact initiatives.
Tangle Creations initially installed 150 Megabit-per-second (Mbps) Business Internet service to support and grow its business on a global scale, and now has upgraded to 100 Mbps of Ethernet to easily connect to its Hong Kong location and securely access cloud resources.
The verification speed of the network becomes faster as more devices join it, which means that, the more devices there are using the Tangle, the more secure and scalable it becomes--a crucial advantage for cryptocurrencies vying for a position as the de facto alternative to non-digital currencies.
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Mats and tangles will only get worse if left alone, so once they develop your cat will need some help from you.
In early studies published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Merck scientists reported that [18F] MK-6240 has a high specificity and selectivity for neurofibrillary tangles with favorable physicochemical properties and in vivo pharmacokinetics that warranted clinical investigation as a potential PET neuroimaging agent.
The study, published in the April 2013 issue of the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, demonstrates that taking both stroke risk and the burden of plaques and tangles into account may offer a more powerful assessment of factors determining how people are doing now and will do in the future.
In Section 2, we describe the tangle decomposition of a (3 + 1)-free poset into clone sets and tangles and use it to compute the poset's automorphism group.
Data Plastics' Managing Director, Carl Reeve, said: "Going forward, we will have a state of the art injection r moulding machine that will not only give us increased production for the Tangle Teezer brand.
Tangle spent his morning driving around the city of Denton, slowing down as he passed the various properties under his supervision.
"This makes AL-108 the first drug to validate in humans the importance of the tangle, or tau, pathway in the disease."
Unlimited Theatre's Tangle, Northern Stage, Stage 2, until tonight A MELODY for a string quartet passes easily from one instrument to another.
Construction included three stages: preliminary exploration during which lines were broken, reeled up, and replaced; construction of anchor lines and the upper tangle; and construction and then filling in of the sheet below the tangle.
a rough "fit" to the difference between Mossy and Tangle in