Translation of "pervert" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /pəˈvɜːt/ us /pɚˈvɝːt/ disapproving

to change something so that it is not what it was or should be, or to influence someone in a harmful way

pervertir, distorsionar
Her ideas have been shamelessly perverted to serve the president’s propaganda campaign.
pervert the course of justice

to act illegally to avoid punishment or to get the wrong person punished

pervertir el curso de la justicia
The two police officers were charged with perverting the course of justice by fabricating evidence in the trial.
noun uk /ˈpɜː.vɜːt/ us /ˈpɝː.vɜːrt/ disapproving

a person whose sexual behaviour is considered strange and unpleasant by most people

pervertido, -a

(Translation of “pervert” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


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

He claims that violent video games can pervert the minds of young people.
perversion /-ʃən/ noun

(the) act of perverting

a perversion of justice.

a perverted act

He is capable of any perversion.
perverted adjective

He has a perverted sense of humour/humor.

(Translation of “pervert” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)