English translation of 'emaranhar'
1. to tangle
2. (complicar) to complicate
emaranhar-se reflexive verb
1 to get entangled
2 (figurative) to get mixed up
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'emaranhar' in Other Languages
British English: entangle VERB
If one thing entangles itself with another, the two things become caught together very tightly.
The blade of the oar had entangled itself with something in the water.
British English: tangle VERB
If something is tangled or tangles, it becomes twisted together in an untidy way.
Animals get tangled in fishing nets and drown.
I must have tangled a rope from the life raft into the ring.
Translation of emaranhar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary