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Spanish translation of “mangle”

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mangle

verb /ˈmӕŋɡl/
to crush to pieces
destrozar, despedazar, aplastar
The car was badly mangled in the accident.
to spoil (eg a piece of music) by bad mistakes etc
mutilar
He mangled the music by his terrible playing.
to put (clothing etc) through a mangle.
pasar por el escurridor, escurrir
(Definition of mangle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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