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distort

verb   /dɪˈstɔːt/
to change something from its usual, original, natural, or intended meaning, condition, or shape deformar, distorsionar My original statement has been completely distorted by the media.162619731053
distortion noun   /-ˈstɔː.ʃən/
deformación, distorsión a gross distortion of the facts162610531973
(Definition of distort from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

distort

verb /diˈstoːt/
to make or become twisted out of shape retorcer, deformar Her face was distorted with pain Metal distorts under stress.
to make (sound) indistinct and unnatural distorsionar Her voice sounded distorted on the telephone.
distortion /-ʃən/ noun
distorsión, deformación
(Definition of distort from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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