in·ter·twine /ˌɪntɚˈtwaɪn/ verb in·ter·twines; in·ter·twined; in·ter·twin·ing
to twist (things) together [+ obj
] — often used as (be) intertwined ▪ The branches are intertwined (with each other) and grow into a solid wall. ▪ Colored ribbons were intertwined in her hair.
] ▪ The branches intertwine (with each other) to make a solid wall. ▪ intertwining branches
to be or become very closely involved with each other [no obj
] ▪ He's always telling stories in which the present and the past intertwine.
] ▪ His fate is intertwined with hers.