- vt. 断章取义；曲解；混淆
- n. 断章取义；混淆
make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
- Don't garble out of my statement.
- They "gobble", and Gore's gobbling soon turnssintos"garble".
- The injured man is still groggy and can only give a garble account of the accident.
- Then it puts its packet on the wire and simultaneously listens to see if any other device sent something at the same time, which would cause a collision and garble both packets.
- Their memories go, their eyes don't see so well and their ears don't hear, sometimes they garble their words.
- The injure man is still groggy and can only give a garble account of the accident.
The screen..was still filled with a garble of codes.出自： G. Kendall
It was much better to hear the truth than a garbled version.出自： J. Clavell