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  1. warp

    • IPA[wôrp]

    美式

    • v.
      become or cause to become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or dampness;cause to become abnormal or strange; have a distorting effect on
    • n.
      a twist or distortion in the shape or form of something;relating to or denoting (fictional or hypothetical) space travel by means of distorting space-time
    • verb: warp, 3rd person present: warps, gerund or present participle: warping, past tense: warped, past participle: warped

    • noun: warp, plural noun: warps

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    動詞

    • 1. become or cause to become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or dampness moisture had warped the box wood has a tendency to warp 同義詞 buckle, twist, bend, distort, deform, ... 更多反義詞 straighten, keep shape
    • cause to become abnormal or strange; have a distorting effect on your judgment has been warped by your obvious dislike of him 同義詞 corrupt, twist, pervert, deprave, bend, ... 更多
    • 2. move (a ship) along by hauling on a rope attached to a stationary object on shore crew and passengers helped warp the vessels through the shallow section
    • (of a ship) move by being hauled on a rope attached to a stationary object.
    • 3. (in weaving) arrange (yarn) so as to form the warp of a piece of cloth cotton string will be warped on the loom in the rug-weaving process
    • 4. cover (land) with a deposit of alluvial soil by natural or artificial flooding the main canal may be cut so as to warp the lands on each side of it

    名詞

    • 1. a twist or distortion in the shape or form of something the head of the racket had a curious warp
    • relating to or denoting (fictional or hypothetical) space travel by means of distorting space-time warp speed the craft possessed warp drive
    • an abnormality or perversion in a person's character no mind is more capable of warps than his
    • 2. (in weaving) the threads on a loom over and under which other threads (the weft) are passed to make cloth the warp and weft are the basic constituents of all textiles rugby is woven into the warp and weft of South African society
    • 3. a rope attached at one end to a fixed point and used for moving or mooring a ship.
    • 4. archaic alluvial sediment; silt the warp or muddy deposit dug from an old riverbed
    • adj.
      bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or damp: warped wooden planks

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or damp: warped wooden planks

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an imaginary or hypothetical distortion of space-time that enables space travelers to travel ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an extremely high speed: these exciting developments are moving ahead at warp speed

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      (especially in science fiction) an imaginary distortion of space in relation to time whereby ... a time warp propels a futuristic fighter back to present day visitors feel as if they've entered a time warp

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      (especially in science fiction) an imaginary distortion of space in relation to time whereby ... a time warp propels a futuristic fighter back to present day visitors feel as if they've entered a time warp

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an extremely high speed: these exciting developments are moving ahead at warp speed

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an imaginary or hypothetical distortion of space–time that enables space travellers to travel ...

    Oxford Dictionary

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    英式

    • v.
      make or become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or damp: moisture had warped the box wood has a tendency to warp
    • n.
      a twist or distortion in the shape of something: the head of the racket had a curious warp

    Oxford Dictionary