Distort

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British pronunciation/dɪstˈɔːt/
American pronunciation/dɪˈstɔɹt/
to distort
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to change and twist a fact, idea, etc. in a way that no longer conveys its true meaning

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to become twisted or warped out of shape, often due to pressure, heat, or other external factors

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to change the shape or condition of something in a way that is no longer clear or natural

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The tabloid newspaper distorted the politician's statements.
Misleading advertisements can distort the truth about a product's effectiveness.
Propaganda campaigns often distort reality, manipulating information to sway public opinion.
Some historical accounts have been distorted over time, altering the events to fit certain narratives or agendas.
Social media platforms can be used to distort news stories, spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories.
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