Complete Definition of "distort"

English

Etymology
From L. distortus (past participle of distorquere)

Verb
en-verb

  1. To bring something out of shape
  2. To give false account of

#:In their articles, journalists sometimes distort the truth.

Related terms
distortion

Translations

Finnish: vääristää (1, 2), vääristellä (2)
French: déformer (1,2)
German: verzerren (1,2)
Italian: deformare
Portuguese: distorcer (1,2)

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