misgauge


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misgauge

(ˌmɪsˈɡeɪdʒ)
vb (tr)
to gauge badly or incorrectlyto miscalculate or misjudge

misgauge


Past participle: misgauged
Gerund: misgauging

Imperative
misgauge
misgauge
Present
I misgauge
you misgauge
he/she/it misgauges
we misgauge
you misgauge
they misgauge
Preterite
I misgauged
you misgauged
he/she/it misgauged
we misgauged
you misgauged
they misgauged
Present Continuous
I am misgauging
you are misgauging
he/she/it is misgauging
we are misgauging
you are misgauging
they are misgauging
Present Perfect
I have misgauged
you have misgauged
he/she/it has misgauged
we have misgauged
you have misgauged
they have misgauged
Past Continuous
I was misgauging
you were misgauging
he/she/it was misgauging
we were misgauging
you were misgauging
they were misgauging
Past Perfect
I had misgauged
you had misgauged
he/she/it had misgauged
we had misgauged
you had misgauged
they had misgauged
Future
I will misgauge
you will misgauge
he/she/it will misgauge
we will misgauge
you will misgauge
they will misgauge
Future Perfect
I will have misgauged
you will have misgauged
he/she/it will have misgauged
we will have misgauged
you will have misgauged
they will have misgauged
Future Continuous
I will be misgauging
you will be misgauging
he/she/it will be misgauging
we will be misgauging
you will be misgauging
they will be misgauging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misgauging
you have been misgauging
he/she/it has been misgauging
we have been misgauging
you have been misgauging
they have been misgauging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misgauging
you will have been misgauging
he/she/it will have been misgauging
we will have been misgauging
you will have been misgauging
they will have been misgauging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misgauging
you had been misgauging
he/she/it had been misgauging
we had been misgauging
you had been misgauging
they had been misgauging
Conditional
I would misgauge
you would misgauge
he/she/it would misgauge
we would misgauge
you would misgauge
they would misgauge
Past Conditional
I would have misgauged
you would have misgauged
he/she/it would have misgauged
we would have misgauged
you would have misgauged
they would have misgauged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.misgauge - gauge something incorrectly or improperlymisgauge - gauge something incorrectly or improperly
estimate, gauge, approximate, guess, judge - judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time); "I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds"
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