What is the Meaning & Definition of distorting

Misinterpretation of facts or sayings

The term misrepresent can designate in our language the disfigured or erroneous interpretation of words, comments, or facts, among others. Amending a voluntary and intentional manner, or not, the sense of a speech or an event to generate the interpretations in the audience or recipient of the message.
Many times the misrepresentation is not made to deliberately but it is the result of a mistake, but typically is used to the same purpose to produce trouble deliberately.
Without a doubt, the misrepresentation is one of the most common causes of arguments and fights between people.

With the aim of distorting or confuse the real message

The core mission of misrepresenting is falsify and distort a saying or incident to cause a completely different effect that would cause the saying or real event, as it happens.
People tend to misrepresent these or made to change the meaning of what someone says and thus for example show it in a completely different way so that, for example, do not want it or do not follow it in some aspect. And on the other hand, people often use deception to get out of an embarrassing situation, but without that mediate a bad intention, i.e., the idea is to make excuses for something.
Misrepresentation always imply the modification of a reality and therefore is that the concept is a completely negative connotation-Laden.

The fragility of distorted communication

At the level of the mass media, i.e., those that undertake media such as radio, TV, newspapers, it is very important that what is reported to the public is a faithful reflection of the reality, any misrepresentation which is carried out on an event or saying someone will involve the manipulation of the news and of course will affect the credibility of the journalist or Communicator and of course also the medium.

Use the right

On the other hand, at the level of the right concept is used to refer to a legal figure, fraudulent misrepresentation, and involving the making of a false statement that omitted important information concerning, for example, a part gives a false name on a contract.
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