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warp

US [wɔrp]
UK [wɔː(r)p]
  • n.经纱
  • v.弯曲;使(行为等)不合情理;使乖戾
  • Web扭曲;翘曲;变形
Simple Present:warps  Present Participle:warping  Past Tense:warped  
warp
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v.
1.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
(使)扭曲,弯曲,变形to become, or make sth become, twisted or bent out of its natural shape, for example because it has become too hot, too damp, etc.
The window frames had begun to warp.
窗框已经开始变形。
2.
[t]
~ sth
使(行为等)不合情理;使乖戾to influence sb so that they begin to behave in an unacceptable or shocking way
His judgement was warped by prejudice.
他因偏见而判断有误。
n.
— see also
time warp
1.
[sing]
(织布机上的)经线,经纱the threads on a loom (= a machine used for making cloth) that other threads are passed over and under in order to make cloth

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