to undo (something twined or twisted); disentangle or unwind
Origin of untwineMiddle English untwynen
to become untwined
verbun·twined, un·twin·ing, un·twines
- To separate the twisted strands of: untwine a rope.
- To disentangle.
To become untwined.
(third-person singular simple present untwines, present participle untwining, simple past and past participle untwined)
un- +"Ž twine