Learn English Irregular Verbs - Interweave

interweave /ˌɪntəˈwiːv/

  • to twist together two or more pieces of thread, wool, etc.:

    She has created an intriguing story by skilfully interweaving fictional and historical events.
    Many of these textiles had messages written on them or interwoven into the fabric.
    Shakespeare interwove the actions of the four lovers, the fairies, and the mechanicals in the first four acts of the play.
    The blue fabric was interwoven with red and gold thread.

Past simple

  • interwove  /ˌɪntəˈwəʊv/

Past participle

  • interwoven  /ˌɪntəˈwəʊvn/

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