deformar


deformar
v.
1 to deform (huesos, objetos).
El calor deformó el plástico The heat deformed the plastic.
2 to distort, to deface, to twist.
Sus mentiras deforman los resultados Her lies distort the results.
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deformar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to deform, put out of shape; (cara) to disfigure; (realidad, imagen, etc) to distort
verbo pronominal deformarse
1 to become distorted, go out of shape
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verb
1) to deform
2) distort
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1. VT
1) [+ cuerpo] to deform

la artritis puede deformar los miembros — arthritis can deform limbs

2) [+ objeto] to distort, deform

el impacto deformó el chasis — the impact distorted o deformed the chassis

si sigues tirando del jersey, lo deformarás — if you keep pulling at your sweater you'll pull it out of shape

no te pongas mis zapatos que me los deformas — don't wear my shoes, you'll put them out of shape

el calor deformó la madera — the heat warped the wood

3) [+ imagen, realidad] to distort
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <imagen> to distort; <chapa/riel> to distort
b) <verdad/realidad> to distort
c) (Anat, Med) to deform

la artritis le ha deformado los dedos — her fingers have become twisted with arthritis

2.
deformarse v pron
a) imagen to become distorted
b) puerta/riel to distort, become distorted
c) (Anat, Med) to become deformed
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= distort, mar, misrepresent, strain, disfigure, falsify, warp, deform.
Ex. Commentators who assert their views premised upon a unity of aims for SLIS not only fail to appreciate existential realities, they also distort perceptions about what is the best speed of curriculum evolution.
Ex. Unfortunately, much of Metcalfe's writing is marred by what appears to be a deep-rooted prejudice against the classified approach, particularly as exemplified by Ranganathan.
Ex. When it is clear that material is biased or misrepresents a group, librarians should correct the situation, either by refusing the material or by giving equal representation to opposing points of view.
Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
Ex. Whichever he chooses he will still have to sift out and categorize the numerous errors that disfigure all the early texts of the play.
Ex. These multipliers are low in comparison with those applied by commercial publishers, though the comparison is substantially falsified by the high costs for the institutions of originating publications in a number of parallel language versions.
Ex. Metallic shelves cannot be damaged by woodworms or rodents and they are not likely to warp under the weight of bound volumes and are fire-proof.
Ex. As you probably have noticed, squash balls aren't very bouncy at all, they deform when they hit a wall or the floor.
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* deformarse = deflect.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <imagen> to distort; <chapa/riel> to distort
b) <verdad/realidad> to distort
c) (Anat, Med) to deform

la artritis le ha deformado los dedos — her fingers have become twisted with arthritis

2.
deformarse v pron
a) imagen to become distorted
b) puerta/riel to distort, become distorted
c) (Anat, Med) to become deformed
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= distort, mar, misrepresent, strain, disfigure, falsify, warp, deform.

Ex: Commentators who assert their views premised upon a unity of aims for SLIS not only fail to appreciate existential realities, they also distort perceptions about what is the best speed of curriculum evolution.

Ex: Unfortunately, much of Metcalfe's writing is marred by what appears to be a deep-rooted prejudice against the classified approach, particularly as exemplified by Ranganathan.
Ex: When it is clear that material is biased or misrepresents a group, librarians should correct the situation, either by refusing the material or by giving equal representation to opposing points of view.
Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
Ex: Whichever he chooses he will still have to sift out and categorize the numerous errors that disfigure all the early texts of the play.
Ex: These multipliers are low in comparison with those applied by commercial publishers, though the comparison is substantially falsified by the high costs for the institutions of originating publications in a number of parallel language versions.
Ex: Metallic shelves cannot be damaged by woodworms or rodents and they are not likely to warp under the weight of bound volumes and are fire-proof.
Ex: As you probably have noticed, squash balls aren't very bouncy at all, they deform when they hit a wall or the floor.
* deformarse = deflect.

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deformar [A1 ]
vt
1 ‹imagen› to distort
2 ‹chapa/riel› to distort, to twist ( o push etc) … out of shape
la percha ha deformado la chaqueta the hanger has pulled the jacket out of shape
3 ‹verdad/realidad› to distort
4 (Anat, Med) ‹cara/brazo› to deform
la artritis le ha deformado los dedos her fingers have been deformed by o become misshapen with arthritis
deformarse
v pron
1 «imagen» to become distorted
2 «puerta/riel» to distort, become distorted, bend ( o twist etc) out of shape
los zapatos se me deformaron con la lluvia my shoes got wet in the rain and lost their shape
3 (Anat, Med) «cara/mano» to become deformed
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deformar (conjugate deformar) verbo transitivo
a) (en general) to distort

b) (Anat, Med) to deform

deformarse verbo pronominal
a) (en general) to become distorted

b) (Anat, Med) to become deformed

deformar verbo transitivo
1 (una parte del cuerpo) to deform
(una prenda) to put out of shape
2 (la verdad, realidad, una imagen) to distort
'deformar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
desfigurar
English:
deform
- distort
- misrepresent
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deformar
vt
1. [cuerpo, figura, miembro] to deform;
[prenda] to pull out of shape; [metal] to twist; [madera] to warp
2. [imagen] to distort
3. [la verdad, la realidad] to distort
See also the pronominal verb deformarse
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deformar
v/t
1 forma, sonido distort
2 MED deform
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deformar vt
1) : to deform, to disfigure
2) : to distort
See also the reflexive verb deformarse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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