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distort

US [dɪˈstɔrt]
UK [dɪˈstɔː(r)t]
  • v.扭曲;歪曲;使变形;使失真
  • Web曲解;弄歪;扭曲变形
Simple Present:distorts  Present Participle:distorting  Past Tense:distorted  
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v.
1.
~ sth
使变形;扭曲;使失真to change the shape, appearance or sound of sth so that it is strange or not clear
a fairground mirror that distorts your shape
露天游乐场的哈哈镜
The loudspeaker seemed to distort his voice.
他的声音从喇叭里传出来好像失真了。
2.
~ sth
歪曲;曲解to twist or change facts, ideas, etc. so that they are no longer correct or true
Newspapers are often guilty of distorting the truth.
报章常犯歪曲事实的错误。
The article gave a distorted picture of his childhood.
这篇文章对他的童年作了歪曲的描述。

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