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tr.v. dis·fig·ured, dis·fig·ur·ing, dis·fig·ures
To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of; deform.
[Middle English disfiguren, from Old French desfigurer : des-, dis- + figure, figure (from Latin figūra, shape; see dheigh- in Indo-European roots).]
dis·fig′u·ra′tion, dis·fig′ure·ment n.
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spoiled in appearance; scarred
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|Adj.||1.||disfigured - having the appearance spoiled; "a disfigured face"; "strip mining left a disfigured landscape"|
ugly - displeasing to the senses; "an ugly face"; "ugly furniture"
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adjective damaged, scarred, mutilated, marred, spoilt, ugly, maimed, deformed, blemished She tried not to look at his scarred, disfigured face.
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disfigured[dɪsˈfɪgəd] ADJ → desfigurado
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disfigured[dɪsˈfɪgərd] adj [person, face] → défiguré(e)
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