distort

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} saptırmak
gerçek anlamından saptırmak
eğrilmek
çarpılmak
yüzünü çarpıtmak
başka anlam vermek
şeklini bozmak
değiştirmek
çarpmak
çarpıtmak
boz
biçimini bozmak
eğri büğrü etmek
azdırmak
kırmak
çarpıklık
{f} bozmak
tahrif
{f} biçimini bozmak; (yüzünü) çarpıtmak
{f} yamultmak
bükülme
{f} burkmak
{f} bükmek
değiştir/çarpıt
bozun
distort historical facts
(Politika, Siyaset) tarihi gerçekleri saptırmak
distort the facts
gerçekleri çarpıtmak
distort the subject
konuyu çarpıtmak
distorted
(Tıp) Bükülmüş, çarpılmış, çarpık
distorted
bozuk
distortion
{i} bozukluk
distortion
{i} çarpıklık
distortion
{i} biçimini bozma; (yüzünü) çarpıtma
distorted
oransız
distorted
şekli bozulmuş
distorted
çarpıtılmış
distorted
eciş bücüş
distortion
(Askeri) deformasyon
distortion
çarpıtma (yüzünü)
distortion
(Askeri) biçim bozulması
distortion
(Muzik) kirli ses
distortion
biçimini bozma
distortion
(Gıda) biçimi bozulma
distortion
(Televizyon) gürültü
distortion
bozma
distortion
(Kimya) tahrifat
distortion
(Askeri) distorsion
distortion
(Biyokimya) yapı sapması
distortion
bozunum
distortion
(Kimya) yamultma
distortion
(Ticaret) tahrif etme
distortion
biçim yitimi
distortion
tahribat
distortion
yüzünü çarpıtma
distortion
gerçek anlamından saptırma
distortion
burulma
distortion
(Tiyatro) biçim bozma
distortion
(Jeoloji) biçim değiştirme
distorted
bozulmuş
distorted
{f} çarpıt

O, tartışmamı çarpıttı. - He distorted my argument.

O argümanımı çarpıttı. - She distorted my argument.

distortion
tahrif
distortion
bükülme
distorted
{f} boz
to distort
çarpıtılarak
distorted
biçimsiz
distorted
saptırılmış
distorted
{f} boz: adj.bozulmuş
distorted
{f} çarpıt: adj.çarpıtılmış
distorter
bozucu kimse
distortion
(Tıp) Dönme, bükülme, çarpıklık
distortion
(Hukuk) bozulma
distortion
çarpıtılmış şey/çarpıtma
distortion
çarpılma
distortion
burkulma
distortion
{i} çarpıtma
distortion
{i} distorsiyon
distortion
(Askeri) DISTORSION, DEFORMASYON, BİÇİM BOZULMASI: Fotoğraf merceklerinin meyilli, yatık ve hatalı olmasından dolayı, bir fotoğrafın kenarı boyunca mevcut ölçek hatası, resimlerde meydana gelen kayma
distortion
saptırma
distortion
biçimsizleştirme
distortion
çarpıklık/distorsiyon (bir tür aberasyon olup, görüntünün ölçeğinde bir noktadan başka bir noktaya farklılığa neden olur)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To bring something out of shape
To become misshapen
To give a false or misleading account of

In their articles, journalists sometimes distort the truth.

to twist into an unnatural or irregular form
If you distort a statement, fact, or idea, you report or represent it in an untrue way. The media distorts reality; categorises people as all good or all bad + distorted dis·tort·ed These figures give a distorted view of the significance for the local economy
{v} to swift, writhe, wrest, misrepresent
To give false account of
If something you can see or hear is distorted or distorts, its appearance or sound is changed so that it seems unclear. A painter may exaggerate or distort shapes and forms This caused the sound to distort. + distorted dis·tort·ed Sound was becoming more and more distorted through the use of hearing aids
To force or put out of the true posture or direction; to twist aside mentally or morally
To twist of natural or regular shape; to twist aside physically; as, to distort the limbs, or the body
form into a spiral shape; "The cord is all twisted"
{f} deform; falsify; twist; contort
alter the shape of (something) by stress; "His body was deformed by leprosy"
make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
To wrest from the true meaning; to pervert; as, to distort passages of Scripture, or their meaning
affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"
twist and press out of shape
Distorted; misshapen
distorting
Present participle of distort
distortion
An effect used in music, most commonly on guitars in rock or metal
distortion
A misrepresentation of the truth

The story he told was a bit of a distortion.

distortion
An act of distorting
distortion
{n} a grimace, turn, misrepresentation
Distorted
polt
distorted
past of distort
distorted
having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented; "many of the facts seemed twisted out of any semblance to reality"; "a perverted translation of the poem
distorted
{s} deformed, twisted out of its normal shape or appearance; falsified, misrepresented
distorted
so badly formed or out of shape as to be ugly; "deformed thalidomide babies"; "his poor distorted limbs"; "an ill-shapen vase"; "a limp caused by a malformed foot"; "misshapen old fingers"
distorted
strained or wrenched out of normal shape; "old trees with contorted branches"; "scorched and distorted fragments of steel"; "trapped under twisted steel girders"
distortedly
in a distorted manner, in a deformed manner; in a falsified manner
distorter
{i} someone or something which distorts, someone or something that which deforms; falsifier, one who misrepresents
distorter
One who, or that which, distorts
distorting
That distorts
distortion
(1) Any change from the original wave form or signal (2) Normally, non-predictable changes which interfere with interpretation of the result
distortion
Anything that alters the musical signal There are many forms of distortion, some of which are more audible than others Distortion specs are often given for electronic equipment which are quite meaningless As in all specifications, unless you have a thorough understanding of the whole situation, you will not be able to make conclusions about the sonic consequences
distortion
a change for the worse
distortion
Undesirable alteration in a signal (e g , Roy’s cheapie electronic crossover added so much distortion to the signal that we couldn’t even tell what we were playing )
distortion
An unwanted changing of the audio signal that is caused by a number of factors One thing that causes distortion is the clipping of the positive or negative excursions of the signal because the electronics cannot handle that strong of a signal Guitar amplifiers sometimes have boxes that produce this kind of distortion deliberately
distortion
an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
distortion
Any undesired change in a wave for or signal
distortion
the act of distorting something so it seems to mean something it was not intended to mean
distortion
A change (other than attenuation or noise) in the characteristics of a signal due to the distance of transmission or equipment problems or inefficiencies
distortion
any undesirable change or error in the reproduction of sound that alters the original signal
distortion
Any process that distorts the shape and frequency content of a waveform Types of distortion include clipping, waveshaping, and SFX Machine's Raise-to-Power and PhaseShaping processes
distortion
A distorted or overdriven sound occurs when an audio signal is pushed above nominal limits for the amplifier or device it is driving A form of distortion is clipping More subtle distortion can occur in some amplifiers and devices and has become an art form in itself Distortion and feedback are sometimes what is required Distortion and clipping of the signal is associated with a high signal level that can damage amplification equipment or monitors Be careful! Back
distortion
In mechanics, any unwanted motion If sinusoidal motion were desired at a fundamental frequency, distortion is any motion at harmonics or subharmonics of that frequency, or any mechanical "hash" (perhaps due to parts colliding) In electronic measurements, distortion is any unwanted signal; e g amplifiers may generate unwanted signals
distortion
Any undesired change in a wave form or signal
distortion
An unintended modification to the wave form of a communications signal caused by the media or by devices in the transmission path of the signal
distortion
An undesired change in the shape of an electrical wave or signal Distortion results in the loss of clarity in reception or reproduction, or even the loss of information in a digital system
distortion
1 A lens aberration that causes straight lines at the edge of an image to appear curved 2 The changes in perspective that take place when a lens is used very close to (wide-angle distortion) or very far from (telephoto effect) a subject
distortion
French: distorsion The unwanted modification or change of signals from their true form by some characteristic of the channel or equipment being used for transmission or switching
distortion
An unnatural deviation of shape or position of any part of the body producing visible deformity
distortion
1 An undesired change in waveform
distortion
An adaptation or compensation to a subluxation A distortion is the body's attempt to deal with the problem of existing nerve interference and should not be treated or "adjusted" directly The body's Innate Intelligence created the distortion and will remove all or the appropriate amount when the subluxation has been corrected
distortion
Distortion is the changing of the appearance or sound of something in a way that makes it seem strange or unclear. Audio signals can be transmitted along cables without distortion
distortion
The act of distorting, or twisting out of natural or regular shape; a twisting or writhing motion; as, the distortions of the face or body
distortion
Any disturbance that causes an unwarranted change in the form or intelligibility of a signal The distortion exhibits a noise-like effect that can be quantified as the ratio of the magnitude of the distortion component to the magnitude of the undistorted signal, usually expressed as a percentage See also Signal to Noise Ratio and Signal to Noise and Distortion Ratio
distortion
The result of changing the shape of a figure from its original form In the process of map projection the shape, distance, area and angles of features on the curved surface of the Earth are stretched or compressed in order to retain their positional accuracy on a flat map
distortion
a characteristic which varies from the Logos or one infinite Creator in its pure form Everything is a distortion, then, from free will and light on down through all manifested forms and universes Within our personality structure, we are said to choose certain distortions at the pre-incarnative or soul level for the purpose of working on balancing our essential or soul nature during the current incarnation Distortion is not a pejorative term, as all things are distortions of the Creator The general idea is to lessen the degree of that distortion, by learning to vibrate more and more as the Logos
distortion
Noise or other artifacts caused in the electronic reproduction of sound or music
distortion
The state of being distorted, or twisted out of shape or out of true position; crookedness; perversion
distortion
disapproval Distortion is the changing of something into something that is not true or not acceptable. I think it would be a gross distortion of reality to say that they were motivated by self-interest
distortion
An undesired change in waveform In gravity waves usually caused by friction in the boundary layer See also shallow water effects
distortion
An undesired change in the shape of an image or waveform from the original object or signal
distortion
a change (usually undesired) in the waveform of an acoustic or analog electrical signal; the difference between two measurements of a signal (as between the input and output signal); "heavy metal guitar players use vacuum tube amplifiers to produce extreme distortion"
distortion
A result of distorting
distortion
The unwanted change in waveform that occurs between 2 points
distortion
the mistake of misrepresenting the facts
distortion
the mistake of misrepresenting the facts the act of distorting something so it seems to mean something it was not intended to mean a change for the worse a change (usually undesired) in the waveform of an acoustic or analog electrical signal; the difference between two measurements of a signal (as between the input and output signal); "heavy metal guitar players use vacuum tube amplifiers to produce extreme distortion
distortion
{i} deformity, twisting out of shape; falsification, misrepresentation
distortion
a shape resulting from distortion
distortion
The departure, during transmission and amplification, of the received signal wave form from that of the original transmitted wave form
distortion
- Any unwanted alteration in an audio signal other than noise picked up by the signal path
distortion
A wresting from the true meaning
distortions
plural of distortion
distorts
third-person singular of distort
distort
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