Definition of distort Pronunciation
Verb
1. To bring something out of shape, to misshape.
2. To become misshapen.
3. To give a false or misleading account of
In their articles, journalists sometimes distort the truth.
Adjective
4. Distorted; misshapen
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English - English - distort Pronunciation
v. deform; falsify; twist; contort
English - Spanish - distort Pronunciation
v. distorsionar, desfigurar, desvirtuar, falsear, falsificar, torcer el concepto de; deformar
English - French - distort Pronunciation
v. déformer; fausser; altérer; tordre, courber
English - German - distort Pronunciation
v. verzerren, verformen; entstellen
English - Italian - distort Pronunciation
v. distorcere, contorcere, stravolgere; deformare, sformare; alterare, travisare, svisare
English - Portuguese - distort Pronunciation
v. torcer; alterar; adulterar
English - Russian - distort Pronunciation
г. искажать, искривлять, кривить, перекашивать, извращать
English - Turkish - distort Pronunciation
f. biçimini bozmak, bükmek, yamultmak, bozmak, burkmak; saptırmak, çarpıtmak
English - Dutch - distort Pronunciation
ww. vervormen, verwringen
English - Greek - distort Pronunciation
ρήμ. στρεβλώνω, διαστρέφω, παραμορφώνω
ουσ. διαστροφέας
English - Chinese - distort Pronunciation
(动) 弄歪; 歪曲; 扭曲
English - Chinese - distort Pronunciation
(動) 弄歪; 歪曲; 扭曲
English - Japanese - distort Pronunciation
(動) 歪める; 曲げる; ひずませる
English - Korean - distort Pronunciation
동. 왜곡하다; 찌그러 뜨리다; 변형시키다


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Synonyms for distort
1. crush: warp, deform, twist, wrench, bend
2. misconstrue: pervert, deceive, mislead, misinterpret, falsify
3. get out of shape: contort, melt, warp, buckle, deform, collapse
Verb forms for distort
Present participle: distorting
Present: distort (3.person: distorts)
Past: distorted
Future: will distort
Present conditional: would distort
Present Perfect: have distorted (3.person: has distorted)
Past Perfect: had distorted
Future Perfect: will have distorted
Past conditional: would have distorted