Support LEO:

LEOs Zusatzinformationen: warped - verbogen




Definition (British English)

Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

Merriam Webster


Forum discussions containing the search term

warped headLast post 08 Jan 16, 10:08
When hear buzzer, vehicle become warped head significantly Hierbei handelt es sich um die G…7 Replies
thrawn - verbogen, verformt; pervers, zuwider Last post 08 Jun 15, 11:05
"He is thrawn." Aus thrawn ADJECTIVE:\t Chiefly Scots 1. Crooked or twiste…4 Replies
warped sense of humourLast post 23 Nov 06, 13:12
"That was his warped sense of humour!" LEO sagt u.a. verzerrt/ verzogen, aber das passt im Z…6 Replies
warped effects of shariah law?Last post 08 Jul 08, 17:09
In June, Egypt voted at the United Nations Human Rights Council against allowing discussion …4 Replies
warped into the sad stateLast post 31 May 10, 00:05
Master Hunt used to be a civil servant, but thanks to a government plot, he was sacrificed a…1 Replies
Twisted Into a Snarl - in ein Zähnefletschen verbogenLast post 12 Oct 07, 14:23
"Britain's Once Stiff Upper Lip Is Being Twisted Into a Snarl" Quelle: "Britain's Once Sti…2 Replies
Their emphasis was not on shared values but seperate ones, values on a warped distortion of the faith of Islam.Last post 14 Dec 11, 17:06
Aus Tony Blairs Rede "The Duty to Integrate: Shared British Values". Ihre Gewichtung lag ni…3 Replies
the courts are bent...Last post 13 Jan 10, 14:19
From an economist article: "Corruption is rife, courts are bent, institutions are dysfunctio…2 Replies
stark gekrümmtLast post 12 Sep 07, 09:33
Das Holz ist stark gekrümmt/gebogen2 Replies
wellig verzogenLast post 05 Jul 05, 16:11
wellig verzogene Pappe Und zwar so verzogen, wie es die Einwirkung von Nässe verursacht; -> wav4 Replies

Support LEO:

  • Pinyin
  • Keyboard
  • Special characters
LEO: Additional information
LEO: Conjugation/declension table

You need to be logged in to start a new thread. Registration and participation are free!

You can search the forum without needing to register. 

You need to be logged in to use the vocabulary trainer. Registration and use of the trainer are free of charge

Recent lookups (click on a word to display the dictionary results again):
#Search term(s)