twisting en Español

Pronunciación
s. contorsión, culebreo, retorcedura, retorcimiento, serpenteo, tergiversación, desvirtuación

Ejemplos

Stop twisting my words.
Deja de retorcer mis palabras.
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The tree grew with twisted branches.
El árbol creció con las ramas torcidas.
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Believe it or not, villains aren't always the most twisted characters.
Aunque no lo creas, los villanos no son siempre los personajes más retorcidos.
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Don't twist my words around.
No tergiverses lo que digo.
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From this point on, the story becomes so twisted and grotesque that I can't stop reading it anymore.
En este punto, la historia se ha vuelto tan retorcida y grotesca que ya no puedo dejar de leerla.
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He twisted my arm.
Él me torció el brazo.
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His face was twisted with pain.
Su rostro se retorcía de dolor.
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I slipped and twisted my ankle.
Yo me resbalé y me torcí el tobillo.
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I tripped on a stone and twisted my ankle.
Me tropecé con una piedra, torciéndome el tobillo.
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I twisted my ankle.
Me torcí el tobillo.
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Sinónimos

the act of distorting something so it seems to mean something it was not intended to mean: torture, falsification, distortion, straining, misrepresentation, overrefinement
persuasion by the use of direct personal pressure: suasion, persuasion
the act of rotating rapidly: birling, whirl, logrolling, pirouette, twist, twirl, rotation, spin, rotary motion
marked by repeated turns and bends: twisty, winding, crooked, tortuous, voluminous



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