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mis·print

 (mĭs-prĭnt′)
tr.v. mis·print·ed, mis·print·ing, mis·prints
To print incorrectly.
n. (mĭs′prĭnt′, mĭs-prĭnt′)
An error in printing.

misprint

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) an error in printing, made through damaged type, careless reading, etc
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to print (a letter) incorrectly

mis•print

(n. ˈmɪsˌprɪnt, mɪsˈprɪnt; v. mɪsˈprɪnt)

n.
1. a mistake in printing.
v.t.
2. to print incorrectly.
[1485–95]

misprint


Past participle: misprinted
Gerund: misprinting

Imperative
misprint
misprint
Present
I misprint
you misprint
he/she/it misprints
we misprint
you misprint
they misprint
Preterite
I misprinted
you misprinted
he/she/it misprinted
we misprinted
you misprinted
they misprinted
Present Continuous
I am misprinting
you are misprinting
he/she/it is misprinting
we are misprinting
you are misprinting
they are misprinting
Present Perfect
I have misprinted
you have misprinted
he/she/it has misprinted
we have misprinted
you have misprinted
they have misprinted
Past Continuous
I was misprinting
you were misprinting
he/she/it was misprinting
we were misprinting
you were misprinting
they were misprinting
Past Perfect
I had misprinted
you had misprinted
he/she/it had misprinted
we had misprinted
you had misprinted
they had misprinted
Future
I will misprint
you will misprint
he/she/it will misprint
we will misprint
you will misprint
they will misprint
Future Perfect
I will have misprinted
you will have misprinted
he/she/it will have misprinted
we will have misprinted
you will have misprinted
they will have misprinted
Future Continuous
I will be misprinting
you will be misprinting
he/she/it will be misprinting
we will be misprinting
you will be misprinting
they will be misprinting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misprinting
you have been misprinting
he/she/it has been misprinting
we have been misprinting
you have been misprinting
they have been misprinting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misprinting
you will have been misprinting
he/she/it will have been misprinting
we will have been misprinting
you will have been misprinting
they will have been misprinting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misprinting
you had been misprinting
he/she/it had been misprinting
we had been misprinting
you had been misprinting
they had been misprinting
Conditional
I would misprint
you would misprint
he/she/it would misprint
we would misprint
you would misprint
they would misprint
Past Conditional
I would have misprinted
you would have misprinted
he/she/it would have misprinted
we would have misprinted
you would have misprinted
they would have misprinted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.misprint - a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kindmisprint - a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind
mistake, error - part of a statement that is not correct; "the book was full of errors"
Verb1.misprint - print incorrectly
print - write as if with print; not cursive

misprint

noun mistake, printing error, typographical error, typo (informal), erratum, literal (Brit.), corrigendum He assumed that the figure was a misprint.
Translations
خَطَأ مَطْبَعيخَطَأٌ مَطْبَعِيّ
tisková chyba
fejltryktrykfejl
painovirhe
tiskarska greška
prentvilla
誤植
미스프린트
drukas kļūda
tryckfel
การพิมพ์ผิด
lỗi in

misprint

A. [ˈmɪsprɪnt] Nerror m de imprenta, errata f
B. [mɪsˈprɪnt] VTimprimir mal

misprint

[ˈmɪsprɪnt] nfaute f d'impression

misprint

nDruckfehler m
vtverdrucken

misprint

[ˈmɪsˌprɪnt] nerrore m di stampa, refuso

misprint

(ˈmisprint) noun
a mistake in printing. This newspaper is full of misprints.

misprint

خَطَأٌ مَطْبَعِيّ tisková chyba fejltryk Druckfehler τυπογραφικό λάθος errata painovirhe coquille tiskarska greška errore di stampa 誤植 미스프린트 drukfout trykkfeil błąd drukarski erro de impressão опечатка tryckfel การพิมพ์ผิด baskı hatası lỗi in 印刷错误
References in classic literature ?
If my poor Flatland friend retained the vigour of mind which he enjoyed when he began to compose these Memoirs, I should not now need to represent him in this preface, in which he desires, firstly, to return his thanks to his readers and critics in Spaceland, whose appreciation has, with unexpected celerity, required a second edition of his work; secondly, to apologize for certain errors and misprints (for which, however, he is not entirely responsible); and, thirdly, to explain one or two misconceptions.
It might truly be said of him, as for many journalists in authority, that his most familiar emotion was one of continuous fear; fear of libel actions, fear of lost advertisements, fear of misprints, fear of the sack.
The Backstory on Creating the Misprint's 'Misprint' The idea for creating the "misprinted misprint," came to light after the Postmaster General mentioned the stamp to customer groups shortly after it was previewed in January 2013.
A Google search reveals that the phrase is still in use, though the word misprint has a somewhat archaic ring.
THERE must surely have been a misprint in the story about Coun David Faulkner's retirement from the position of Liberal Democrat leader on Newcastle City Council (The Journal, April 4).
A MISPRINT on a cruise ship leaflet welcoming tourists, the media and representatives of the local municipality to 'Limassol, Turkey' yesterday caused an uproar at an event marking the start of new routes to Limassol port.
Please tell me the small article about the 'Starving inmate collapses in prison' (May 16) contained a misprint which reads "a 29-YEAR jail sentence for bouncing cheques.
The Oliver's Army singer said the price was "either a misprint or satire".
ELVIS Costello has warned his fans not to buy his latest album and said its price tag of more than pounds 200 "appears to be either a misprint or a satire".
Writing on his website, under the pseudonym The Rt Reverend Jimmy Quickly, Costello told fans he was "unable to recommend" The Return Of The Spectacular Spinning Songbook "as the price appears to be either a misprint or a satire.
But almost 40 years ago, another depiction of Christ provoked similar outrage after Billy Connolly joked there was a misprint in the Bible and the Last Supper took place in Glasgow's Gallowgate, not Galilee.
Unfortunately, gremlins in the works meant the email address for contacting him appeared with a misprint.