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Translation of "contort" - English-Spanish dictionary

contort

verb   /kənˈtɔːt/
to (cause something to) twist or bend violently and unnaturally into a different shape or form contraer(se) His face contorted with bitterness and rage.1626
contorted adjective   /-ˈtɔː.tɪd/ contortion noun   /-ˈtɔː.ʃən/
contorsión facial/bodily contortions1331
(Definition of contort from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contort

verb /kənˈtoːt/
to twist or turn violently contraer(se); contorsionarse (cuerpo) His face was contorted with pain.
contortion /-ʃən/ noun
contorsión He twisted his mouth into various contortions.
contortionist noun
an entertainer who contorts his body contorsionista He used his skills as a contortionist to become a stunt actor.
(Definition of contort from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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