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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of distort.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. so badly formed or out of shape as to be ugly
- adj. having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented
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I'd rather have the title distorted or letter boxed, if I get around to it, I will fix it in the script.
Esperanza Cabral defends the Philippines 'price controls as a way to rectify what she called a distorted market where drug companies have been able to set their own prices with little fear of competition.
Tuesday expressed concern at what he called the distorted manner in which the Democratic Party had raised issues on the expenditure of his department.
But he warned of a European "climate of Islamophobia" and stigmatization of Muslims fed by what he called distorted "caricatures" of their faith.
The chief Palestinian negotiator said Wednesday the Arab satellite TV channel Al-Jazeera is inciting against him and putting his life at risk with what he described as a distorted presentation of Palestinian positions in talks with Israel.
Since then, South Korea's defence ministry has brought out new orders banning beating, cruelty, humiliation and bullying within the armed forces, to tackle what it calls a "distorted military culture".
Officials are now keen to improve what they call the distorted image of Malaysian justice.
Incentivizing quality will result in distorted, i.e. suboptimal practices in health care.
This is distorted from the Campaign There is too much lies in (both) Clinton, then and now.
Not only is it a childish, immature attack, but also distorted from the context.
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