名词:distorter 动词过去式:distorted 过去分词:distorted 现在分词:distorting 第三人称单数:distorts
1 pull or twist (sth) out of its usual shape 使（某物）变形; 扭曲, 弄歪（某物）
*a heap of distorted metal 一堆变了形的金属东西
* a face distorted by pain 因疼痛而扭曲的脸.
2 make (sth) look or sound unnatural 使（某物）失真
*a distorting mirror, ie one which makes people look long and thin, short and fat, etc 哈哈镜
* The announcement was so distorted that I couldn't understand what was said. 通告播出的声音严重失真, 我听不懂说的是什么.
3 give a false account of (sth); misrepresent 歪曲（某事物）; 曲解
*distort sb's words, motives, point of view, etc 歪曲某人的言语、动机、观点等
* The Government were accused of having systematically distorted the protesters' case. 政府有计划地歪曲抗议者的观点而受到非难.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: distortus, past participle of distorquere 'to twist out of shape']
[I and T]
to change the appearance, sound, or shape of something so that it is strange or unclear
Tall buildings can distort radio signals.
to report something in a way that is not completely true or correct
His account was badly distorted by the press.
to change a situation from the way it would naturally be
an expensive subsidy which distorts the market
His face was distorted in anger.
>distortion [dɪ'stɔːʃən (US) -ɔːr-/
1. And if a single curved glass would distort nature, how much more would a pair of them? 何况一片曲面镜就可歪曲自然，那么伽利略的两片曲面镜对自然的歪曲又该多大呢？