in·ter·weave / ˌintərˈwēv/ • v. (past -wove; past part. -wov·en) weave or become woven together: [tr.] the rugs are made by tightly interweaving the warp and weft strands | [intr.] the branches met and interwove above his head. ∎ [tr.] fig. blend closely: Wordsworth's political ideas are often interwoven with his philosophical and religious beliefs.