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English definition of “twisted”

twisted

adjective uk   /ˈtwɪs.tɪd/ us  

twisted adjective (BENT)

B2 bent so that the original shape is changed or destroyed: a twisted tree trunk a twisted ankle twisted metal

twisted adjective (STRANGE)

C2 strange and slightly unpleasant or cruel: The letter was clearly the product of a twisted mind. The experience had left her bitter and twisted.
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