To join or become joined by twining together.(verb-transitive)
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Use "intertwine" in a sentence
"They point to those four, they say these are former lobbyists whose work does kind of intertwine with their roles currently."
"Power say it is possible to "intertwine" programmes that may work for Maori within parts of the justice system such as specialist prison rehabilitation units and the Youth Court working in marae."
"I didn't have that much to do with her, but our stories kind of intertwine, because I'm trying to hook up this marriage."