make confused, disordered; twist and twine into a confused mass
become involved in a fight; quarrel with sb
"they carved their way through the tangle of vines"
"a tangle of government regulations"
"They were swept up by the events"
"don't drag me into this business"
"a ravelled story"
"The strong wind tousled my hair"
"The child entangled the cord"
This string is all in a tangle.
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
He freed three fenceposts from the tangle of broken fencing.
出自： J. M. Coetzee
The knobbly branches growing in a tangle.
出自： U. Holden
Tangl'd in the fold Of dire necessity.
Hotels tangled in bankruptcy proceedings.
The wires are all tangled up.
Jim used to tangle with his brother when he was a little boy.
I shouldn't tangle with Peter, he is bigger than me.
She shouldn't tangle with the kind old man.
她不该和那位善良的老人吵架。 be tangled with sb
I'm sorry to hear that you've been tangled with such unsuitable people.