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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (warped)
a. distorsionado
My monitor displays a distorted picture and I don't know how to fix it.Mi monitor muestra una imagen distorsionada y no sé cómo arreglarlo.
b. deformado
Her face appeared distorted through the glass bottle.Su cara aparecía deformada a través de la botella de vidrio.
2. (altered)
a. distorsionado
I have an ear infection and everything sounds distorted.Tengo otitis y todo suena distorsionado.
3. (deformed)
a. deformado
The chocolate Easter bunny got all distorted when I left it in the car in the sun.El conejito de Pascua de chocolate quedó todo deformado cuando lo dejé al sol en el coche.
4. (misleading)
a. distorsionado
The media told a distorted story about where the five million dollars in cash came from.Los medios contaron una historia distorsionada sobre la procedencia de los cinco millones de dólares en efectivo.
b. tergiversado
Ana's distorted account of the facts only fooled the naive.El relato tergiversado de los hechos que dio Ana solo engañó a los ingenuos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (shape)
a. deformado(a)
2. (sound, guitar)
a. distorsionado(a)
3. (fig)
a. distorsionado(a), tergiversado(a) (account)
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distorted [dɪsˈtɔːtɪd]
he gave us a distorted version of the events nos dio una versión distorsionada de los hechos; a distorted impression una impresión distorsionada
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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