Traducción de twisted en Español:

twisted

contrahecho, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈtwɪstəd//ˈtwɪstɪd/

adjetivo

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    (grin) contrahecho
    (grin) retorcido
    (mind/sense of humor) retorcido
    (logic) retorcido
    a twisted version of events una versión distorsionada de los hechos
    • The mobile phone system collapsed under the strain amid universal imaginings of loved ones trapped under twisted trains.
    • Forty minutes later the second tower crumbled in a hail of debris and the cry of twisted metal.
    • His father vanishes and his mother - an unnerving and twisted woman - is the only available witness.
    • But they do not - in reality they speak only for their own twisted psychological state.
    • But when the fete organisers and Guides arrived on site the following morning, they discovered the twisted metal frame and burnt remains of the canvas.
    • Some might say it is a very twisted mind - but I am sure the public will decide.
    • Viewers should prepare themselves for a totally unexpected ending that will leave some outraged, but will be found funny by fans familiar with the director's twisted sense of humor.
    • He was a bi-polar twisted mess of a man.
    • Blind faith in Scotland is now the province of the very few, and seems instead to be dissolving into a sort of twisted cynicism about the national team.
    • Giant lighting rigs have now been set up to help those sifting through the rubble, but amongst the twisted metal of the bombed carriages many are still using torchlight.
    • A U.S. Navy diver, working in the 26-year-old battleship USS Arizona, hands up a piece of twisted machinery reclaimed from the interior of the ship.
    • Now all that remains is a twisted burnt out shell.
    • One of the containers exploded, and the other one has buckled and twisted and there's just nothing left inside.
    • The car was a wreck of twisted metal, but they could see the driver, still inside, trying to extricate himself from his situation.
    • Justine is a good girl, I think, but only in a twisted kind of way.
    • In the suburbs, sexual education takes place through porn videos - how can these boys not have a twisted image of women?
    • Sarah advised me to seperate the two things to stop me from becoming too bitter and twisted.
    • The ambitions, the hopes, the dreams, every twisted, bizarre, seemingly abnormal thought I ever had melts in the glare of commonness.
    • The car that housed the bomb had been reduced to a twisted heap of steel.
    • But where the earlier film reveled in its uniquely twisted sense of logic, this one is a bit of a mess, albeit an endearing one.
    • In many districts, the only things still standing after the December 26 quake were the palm and eucalyptus trees, incongruously sprouting amid the piles of bricks and twisted metal.
    • I cannot accept that; it is an incredibly twisted argument to make.
    • Three bodies were pulled out of the twisted wreckage of the hotel.
    • I don't know what sense of twisted optimism makes me continue to use the service - somehow it's the only real option, you know?
    • There's hardly a shop whose windows, iron shutters, and fittings are not a twisted mass of wreckage.
    • The central character is a corrupt, twisted figure, a man of God turned to evil by greed.
    • Without clear lines of demarcation, people can come up with all types of twisted logic to rationalize their behavior.
    • Perfectly capable of leading a normal, productive life, this particularly twisted murderer instead made a conscious decision to kill innocents in cold blood.
    • As we approached 15m, however, on the limit of visibility the faint, dark-blue outline of jagged and twisted metal appeared.
    • Okay, so she admits it's a little twisted, but what really good sexual fantasy isn't?