Translation of disentangle in Spanish:


desenredar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌdɪsənˈtæŋɡ(ə)l/ /dɪsɪnˈtaŋɡ(ə)l/ /dɪsɛnˈtaŋɡ(ə)l/

See Spanish definition of desenredar

transitive verb

  • 1

    (rope/hair/wool) desenredar
    (rope/hair/wool) desenmarañar
    • Ava asked, gently disentangling her untamed red hair.
    • She giggled and blushed, becoming less frightened and more excited as their hands moved from disentangling her hair to caressing her sensitive skin with their hands.
    • Kara reached for the brush and started disentangling her hair, thinking about it.
    • That is the process of your work - disentangling the string and reworking it into a meaningful tapestry.
  • 2

    I tried to disentangle myself from his grasp traté de que me soltara
  • 3

    (sort out)
    (problem) desenmarañar
    (problem) esclarecer
    (mystery) esclarecer
    (mystery) desentrañar
    • After disentangling it from around his front sprocket he fought back over the day's remaining test to claim victory.
    • ‘The members are greatly helped by the formation of this group as we get a steady income now,’ she says as she triumphantly disentangles the weed from the nets.
    • As she rises from a low chair at which she has been playing the clavichord, she disentangles the folds in the capacious dress which emphasises her tiny form.
    • One by one, he disentangled the fish caught by their gills in his net.
    • Apologies for the somewhat evident lack of focus, I was trying to decide whether I should take the picture or disentangle the cat from the tree… I did neither successfully!
    • DNA is found in every cell of every living thing, but it is difficult to get it out and disentangle the DNA from the protein inside the cells.
    • I would like to whizz down but I keep getting my hair caught so I have to stop, swearing as I disentangle it.
    • Haul immediately disentangled his rapier from the person's sai with a twist of his hand, and continued their fight.
    • Unfortunately she could not disentangle herself from the rope as the knots were out of reach.
    • Growling deep in his throat, he disentangled himself from her hair and rose to his feet quickly.
    • She starts trying to untangle herself, but every time she manages to successfully get some part of her clothing or hair disentangled, something else gets stuck.
    • She screamed, wrenching a sizable twig out of her hair and hurling it at him, after disentangling herself from what must have been the twentieth or so bramble thicket.
    • He threw his arms around her waist, and she placed a hand on his silky hair for a moment before disentangling herself gently.
    • I reached up and disentangled a bright red bra from my hair.
    • I was laughing hysterically as he disentangled himself from it and tackled me in the sand.
    • Austin stopped moving and slowly disentangled Kyle's sticky little hands from his hair.