To skew is to twist something so it is not straight or to distort something so it is biased or unfair.(verb)
An example of skew is when you fix a contest so it is biased in favor of your friends.
See skew in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME skewen < NormFr eskiuer, altered < OFr eschiver: see eschew
See skew in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb skewed, skew·ing, skews verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English skewen, to escape, run sideways
Origin: , from Old North French eskiuer
Origin: , of Germanic origin.
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