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twist

verb /twist/
to turn round (and round)
torcer; dar vueltas; (carretera, camino) serpentear
He twisted the knob The road twisted through the mountains.
to wind around or together
trenzar, entrelazar; enrollar
He twisted the piece of string (together) to make a rope.
to force out of the correct shape or position
torcer, retorcer
The heat of the fire twisted the metal He twisted her arm painfully.
twisted adjective bent out of shape
torcido; deformado
a twisted branch.
twister noun a dishonest or deceiving person.
estafador
(Definition of twist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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