Translation of perversion in Spanish:


Pronunciation /pərˈvərʒən/ /pəˈvəːʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of perversión


  • 1

    perversions of the truth distorsiones de la verdad
    • a perversion of justice una deformación de la justicia
    • Pure theory is too vulnerable to corruption and perversion at the hands of opportunists.
    • Well, your Honours, the allegation was section 319 of the Crimes Act, perversion of the course of justice.
    • When are the Chairman and governors of the BBC going to wake up their consciences and address this scandalous perversion of public service broadcasting?
    • Politics is about human beings with their frailties and perversions and distortions or perception, who prioritise things according to their conviction.
    • In writing about the history of American foreign policy, one must try to avoid perpetuating distortions and perversions of language.
    • If we cannot establish first that there are distortions and perversions, then this fundamental project is a non-starter.
    • I have evidence of perjury and the perversion of the course of justice and misfeasance in public office.
    • This type of political perversion of the law was well known during Hitler's fascist dictatorship.
    • This is an outrageous perversion of the long-standing law that the creator has the exclusive right to license his work.
    • Anybody having experienced the effects of war firsthand will understand the deceit and perversion in calling these games a reflection of global events.
    • The most compelling argument, and the issue at the heart of the liberal perversion of liberalism, is in the area of humanitarianism.
    • Our democracy is a threat to their perversion of a religion.
    • There is no mendacity, equivocation or perversion of truth.
    • Our special report on perversion of the language is coming right up.
    • And that can develop out of any tradition, can develop out of any religion, or perversion.
    • But they were then arrested for perversion of justice.
    • No nation which had surrendered these powers to a foreign entity could, by any perversion of language, be described as sovereign.
    • The perversion of the movie is ingenious, and yet so simple.
    • This perversion of democratic competition is reflected in the development of the political parties and their programmes.
    • The founding fathers would have had to pop a lot of pills to conceive of this perversion of the Bill of Rights.
  • 2

    perversión feminine
    • They have accused me of supporting the sin of sexual perversion.
    • In the revised Code, only sexual perversion and venereal disease remained totally forbidden.
    • It seemed to me royals were always in on some kind of scandal, partner swapping, infidelity, one sexual perversion after another.
    • Don't write about sexual perversion or a too realistic presentation of sex, as these are subjects from which most readers shrink in disgust.
    • Western affluence has also become the occasion for moral decline in general and the growth of sexual perversion in particular.
    • From them we learn how sexual perversion attained stability by being placed in a racial and/or gendered discourse.
    • In the sessions with his supervising therapist, he links the origins of his perversion to his early sexual exposure to his younger sister.
    • One might say that celibacy has become the last sexual perversion in America.
    • This is no longer a tale of tragically misguided love, but of sexual perversion and an unforgiveable abuse of power.
    • It revealed a disgusting and shocking obsession with sexual perversion involving young female children.
    • Together they set off on a road trip of mass murder, mental and physical torture and sexual perversion.
    • To be honest, I'm often left wondering what precisely he thinks is so new about sexual perversion and the attempt to rationalize it.
    • Over the years psychologists have linked this serious state of the mind to such criminal conduct as rape and other sexual perversions.
    • In fact, Greg was outraged that Martin supported my efforts in trying to understand his - Martin's - sexual perversions.
    • Both men also attack the respective defendants by alluding to unproven sexual perversions.
    • He was a man who lived for his own tastes and comforts, and his sexual perversions.
    • The explicit references to sexual perversions are not the best thing about the book, although they don't really do it much harm.
    • I don't know why perversions and sexual violence have gone up so sharply here.
    • But can those matters be set to one side to take another look at sexuality and perversions?
    • But I'm also an old newspaper reporter who, in my time, covered some hideous stories of perversion.