distort definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To twist regarding an effective or natural connection of parts; misshape.
    • To give a false or deceptive account of; misrepresent.
    • To cause to get results in a twisted or disorderly manner; pervert.
    • To twist of natural or regular form; to twist apart actually.
    • To force or put-out associated with true position or direction; to twist aside mentally or morally.
    • To wrest from the true-meaning; to pervert.
    • To twist from a suitable or natural relation of parts; misshape.
    • To give a false or deceptive account of; misrepresent.
    • resulting in to operate in a twisted or disorderly manner; pervert.
    • To twist of all-natural or regular form; to twist apart literally.
    • To force or released of real pose or way; to twist apart mentally or morally.
    • To wrest from the true meaning; to pervert.
    • To twist off a suitable or normal connection of components; misshape.
    • To give a false or misleading account of; misrepresent.
    • resulting in to focus in a twisted or disorderly fashion; pervert.
    • To angle of all-natural or regular shape; to twist apart actually.
    • To force or released regarding the true position or way; to twist apart psychologically or morally.
    • To wrest from the true meaning; to pervert.
  • verb:
    • to create some thing out-of form.
    • To become misshapen.
    • to offer a false or deceptive account of
    • to carry something out-of shape.
    • In order to become misshapen.
    • To give a false or inaccurate account of
    • influence as with idea or experience
    • form into a spiral form
    • affect the shape of (one thing) by anxiety
    • perspective and hit out of form
    • make untrue by mutilation or addition; since an email or story
    • impact as in thought or feeling
    • type into a spiral shape
    • affect the shape of (some thing) by tension
    • twist and hit away from shape
    • make false by mutilation or addition; at the time of a note or story
    • to create something from form.
    • In order to become misshapen.
    • to provide a false or inaccurate account of
    • affect as with idea or feeling
    • type into a spiral shape
    • affect the shape of (one thing) by stress
    • angle and hit away from shape
    • make false by mutilation or inclusion; as of an email or story
  • adjective:
    • Distorted; misshapen.
    • Distorted; misshapen.
    • Distorted; misshapen.
  • others:
    • To twist or wrest away from form; affect the shape of; differ from the appropriate to an improper or abnormal shape; represent by a picture having a shape notably different from nature.
    • Hence—2. To make away or pervert; cause to give or even get incorrect views or impressions; mislead; prejudice.
    • To wrest from true-meaning; pervert the truth regarding; misrepresent.
    • Synonyms and also to contort, deform, fold.
    • To misapply, misuse.
    • Twisted out of shape; altered.
    • To twist or wrest off shape; affect the model of; differ from the correct to an improper or abnormal shape; represent by a graphic having a shape notably distinctive from nature.
    • Hence—2. To show away or pervert; cause to give or even get erroneous views or impressions; mislead; prejudice.
    • To wrest through the true-meaning; pervert the reality regarding; misrepresent.
    • Synonyms and To contort, deform, fold.
    • To misapply, misuse.
    • turned from shape; altered.
    • To twist or wrest out of form; affect the form of; differ from the correct to an improper or unnatural form; express by an image having a shape significantly not the same as nature.
    • Hence—2. To show away or pervert; cause to provide or even to receive erroneous views or impressions; mislead; bias.
    • To wrest from true meaning; pervert the reality regarding; misrepresent.
    • Synonyms and contort, deform, fold.
    • To misapply, misuse.
    • Twisted out-of form; distorted.

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