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uk   /wɔːpt/  us   /wɔːrpt/

warped adjective (STRANGE)

disapproving or humorous strange and ​unpleasant: I shouldn't really ​laugh about the ​accident - it's my warped sense of ​humour! In ​their warped minds I was to ​blame for my own ​victimization.

warped adjective (BENT)

bent because of ​damage by ​heat or ​water: Have you ​noticed how warped these ​shelves are?
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