Translation of "warp" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /wɔːp/ us /wɔːrp/

If wood warps, or if water or heat warps it, it becomes damaged by bending or twisting.

alabear(se), combar(se)
After being left in the damp garage, the wooden frame had warped.
The heat had warped the boards.

to make a person or their behaviour strange, in an unpleasant or harmful way

Prison warps people. Had it warped Kelley enough that he would kill a stranger?

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


verb /woːp/

to make or become twisted out of shape

deformar; (madera) alabear, combar
The door has been warped by all the rain we’ve had lately.

to cause to think or act in an abnormal way

deformar, pervertir
His experiences had warped his judgement/mind.
warped adjective

deformado, torcido; pervertido
a warped (= abnormal) sense of humour.

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