misclassify


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mis·clas·si·fy

 (mĭs-klăs′ə-fī′)
tr.v. mis·clas·si·fied, mis·clas·si·fy·ing, mis·clas·si·fies
To classify incorrectly.

mis·clas′si·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.

misclassify

(ˌmɪsˈklæsɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to classify wrongly

misclassify


Past participle: misclassified
Gerund: misclassifying

Imperative
misclassify
misclassify
Present
I misclassify
you misclassify
he/she/it misclassifies
we misclassify
you misclassify
they misclassify
Preterite
I misclassified
you misclassified
he/she/it misclassified
we misclassified
you misclassified
they misclassified
Present Continuous
I am misclassifying
you are misclassifying
he/she/it is misclassifying
we are misclassifying
you are misclassifying
they are misclassifying
Present Perfect
I have misclassified
you have misclassified
he/she/it has misclassified
we have misclassified
you have misclassified
they have misclassified
Past Continuous
I was misclassifying
you were misclassifying
he/she/it was misclassifying
we were misclassifying
you were misclassifying
they were misclassifying
Past Perfect
I had misclassified
you had misclassified
he/she/it had misclassified
we had misclassified
you had misclassified
they had misclassified
Future
I will misclassify
you will misclassify
he/she/it will misclassify
we will misclassify
you will misclassify
they will misclassify
Future Perfect
I will have misclassified
you will have misclassified
he/she/it will have misclassified
we will have misclassified
you will have misclassified
they will have misclassified
Future Continuous
I will be misclassifying
you will be misclassifying
he/she/it will be misclassifying
we will be misclassifying
you will be misclassifying
they will be misclassifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misclassifying
you have been misclassifying
he/she/it has been misclassifying
we have been misclassifying
you have been misclassifying
they have been misclassifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misclassifying
you will have been misclassifying
he/she/it will have been misclassifying
we will have been misclassifying
you will have been misclassifying
they will have been misclassifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misclassifying
you had been misclassifying
he/she/it had been misclassifying
we had been misclassifying
you had been misclassifying
they had been misclassifying
Conditional
I would misclassify
you would misclassify
he/she/it would misclassify
we would misclassify
you would misclassify
they would misclassify
Past Conditional
I would have misclassified
you would have misclassified
he/she/it would have misclassified
we would have misclassified
you would have misclassified
they would have misclassified
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