- vt. 歪曲；扭曲；变形
- vi. 歪曲
- 扭曲， 扭歪，弄歪，使变形，使扭歪
- vt. 歪曲,曲解 give a false or dishonest account of; twist out of the true meaning
- vt. 扭曲,使变形 twist out of a natural, usual, or original shape or condition
make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
form into a spiral shape;
"The cord is all twisted"
twist and press out of shape
affect as in thought or feeling;
"My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"
"The sadness tinged his life"
alter the shape of (something) by stress;
"His body was deformed by leprosy"
- The reporter distorted the facts.
- How dare he distort the facts so brazenly!
- The government was accused of having systematically distorted the protester's case.
- This journalist distorted the spokesman's remarks.
- Arthritis had distorted her fingers.
- The loudspeaker seemed to distort his voice.
- The bias of a reporter can easily distort the news.
- Some newspapers distort news to make it seem more exciting.
- He distorted the fact.
- The book presents a fundamentally distorted picture.
- Stop distorting what I've said.
- His face was distorted by rage.
Her face was ugly, and her mouth distort.出自： Spenser
To establish a pre-conceived theory..the historian sometimes distorted facts.出自： I. D
Passion distorts judgment.出自： H. Spencer
His mother had deliberately distorted his age.出自： G. Greene