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Meaning: To make an incomplete or unfair selection from facts, statements, etc., especially to give false ideas.

Sample Usage

1. The newspaper made a garbled report of his speech which damaged his reputation.
2. The newly appointed officer ordered that anyone found guilty of garbling will be fired from the job.
3. The minister asked the police officer to garble the allegations against him.

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