Definition of 'deform'
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Had two heart attacks when born, leaving her with weak hips and deformed feet and legs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At school he wore braces on his deformed leg and at secondary school wore a built-up shoe. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Was he an animal with a man's soul or a man with a deformed body? The Broken God (1993)The graphics are outstanding, giving a sense of scale and deformed beauty. The Sun (2015)When her son was born with a deformed left leg, he had to have a serious operation at nine months. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'deform'
British English: deform VERB
If something deforms a person's body, it causes it to have an unnatural shape.
Bad rheumatoid arthritis deforms limbs.
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