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mis·re·port

 (mĭs′rĭ-pôrt′)
tr.v. mis·re·port·ed, mis·re·port·ing, mis·re·ports
To report mistakenly or falsely.
n.
An inaccurate or wrong report.

misreport

(ˌmɪsrɪˈpɔːt)
vb
(tr) to report falsely or inaccurately
n
an inaccurate or false report
ˌmisreˈporter n

misreport


Past participle: misreported
Gerund: misreporting

Imperative
misreport
misreport
Present
I misreport
you misreport
he/she/it misreports
we misreport
you misreport
they misreport
Preterite
I misreported
you misreported
he/she/it misreported
we misreported
you misreported
they misreported
Present Continuous
I am misreporting
you are misreporting
he/she/it is misreporting
we are misreporting
you are misreporting
they are misreporting
Present Perfect
I have misreported
you have misreported
he/she/it has misreported
we have misreported
you have misreported
they have misreported
Past Continuous
I was misreporting
you were misreporting
he/she/it was misreporting
we were misreporting
you were misreporting
they were misreporting
Past Perfect
I had misreported
you had misreported
he/she/it had misreported
we had misreported
you had misreported
they had misreported
Future
I will misreport
you will misreport
he/she/it will misreport
we will misreport
you will misreport
they will misreport
Future Perfect
I will have misreported
you will have misreported
he/she/it will have misreported
we will have misreported
you will have misreported
they will have misreported
Future Continuous
I will be misreporting
you will be misreporting
he/she/it will be misreporting
we will be misreporting
you will be misreporting
they will be misreporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misreporting
you have been misreporting
he/she/it has been misreporting
we have been misreporting
you have been misreporting
they have been misreporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misreporting
you will have been misreporting
he/she/it will have been misreporting
we will have been misreporting
you will have been misreporting
they will have been misreporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misreporting
you had been misreporting
he/she/it had been misreporting
we had been misreporting
you had been misreporting
they had been misreporting
Conditional
I would misreport
you would misreport
he/she/it would misreport
we would misreport
you would misreport
they would misreport
Past Conditional
I would have misreported
you would have misreported
he/she/it would have misreported
we would have misreported
you would have misreported
they would have misreported
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References in classic literature ?
It was the custom, he said, to send reporters to all the socialist meetings for the express purpose of misreporting and distorting what was said, in order to frighten the middle class away from any possible affiliation with the proletariat.
The study has already undergone two formal corrections, one for misreporting data, and another that revealed large data errors.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- British Liberal member of the European Parliament (EP) Andrew Duff has reacted to the Turkish Sabah daily's report on his interview on the GE-len movement, accusing Sabah of misreporting what he said on the movement and stressing that he respects Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len's statements on the recent developments in Turkey.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The western media outlets in the last two weeks have been misreporting an FNA news item carrying the general comments of Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari about Iran's post-revolution bureaucratic system in a bid to portray a confrontation between the IRGC and President Rouhani's government.
Without misreporting, nonsexual modes of transmission would account for 64% of HIV infections; when misreporting is accounted for, sexual and nonsexual modes contribute equally.
45pm today by the UK Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and confirms that we have today jointly referred a matter relating to the misreporting of data on the Prisoner Escort and Custody Services (PECS) contract to the City of London Police.
Japan: Japan s onetime political kingmaker Ichiro Ozawa was cleared Monday of misreporting political funds, ending a drawn-out legal battle for one of the country s more colourful politicians.
This kind of misreporting damages the reputation of the government's organization, and also makes citizens lose faith in critical and sensitive operations of the country, the spokesperson said.
Corporate executives are the focus of "Executive Overconfidence and the Slippery Slope to Financial Misreporting," a study by Catherine M.
Mark Twain said about the misreporting of his death, "News of my death has been greatly exaggerated," the same can be said of capitalism.
British Gas got a pounds 1million hit for FIRM: misreporting and another pounds 2.
Mr and Mrs Watson told the inquiry they were "in no doubt" that misreporting of their daughter's murder "contributed directly" to the suicide of their 15-year-old son Alan in December, 1992.