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Spanish translation of “pervert”

pervert

verb /pəˈvəːt/
to change (something) from what is normal or right
distorsionar, tergiversar
She stands accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
to lead (someone) to crime or to evil or immoral (especially sexually immoral) acts
pervertir
He claims that violent video games can pervert the minds of young people.
perversion /-ʃən/ noun (the) act of perverting
perversión
a perversion of justice.
a perverted act
perversión
He is capable of any perversion.
perverted adjective
pervertido
He has a perverted sense of humour/humor.
(Definition of pervert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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