misdate


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mis·date

 (mĭs-dāt′)
tr.v. mis·dat·ed, mis·dat·ing, mis·dates
To date (a document or event, for example) inaccurately.
n.
An inaccurate date.

misdate

(mɪsˈdeɪt)
vb
(tr) to date (a letter, event, etc) wrongly

mis•date

(mɪsˈdeɪt)

v. -dat•ed, -dat•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to assign or affix a wrong date to.
n.
2. a wrong date.
[1580–90]

misdate


Past participle: misdated
Gerund: misdating

Imperative
misdate
misdate
Present
I misdate
you misdate
he/she/it misdates
we misdate
you misdate
they misdate
Preterite
I misdated
you misdated
he/she/it misdated
we misdated
you misdated
they misdated
Present Continuous
I am misdating
you are misdating
he/she/it is misdating
we are misdating
you are misdating
they are misdating
Present Perfect
I have misdated
you have misdated
he/she/it has misdated
we have misdated
you have misdated
they have misdated
Past Continuous
I was misdating
you were misdating
he/she/it was misdating
we were misdating
you were misdating
they were misdating
Past Perfect
I had misdated
you had misdated
he/she/it had misdated
we had misdated
you had misdated
they had misdated
Future
I will misdate
you will misdate
he/she/it will misdate
we will misdate
you will misdate
they will misdate
Future Perfect
I will have misdated
you will have misdated
he/she/it will have misdated
we will have misdated
you will have misdated
they will have misdated
Future Continuous
I will be misdating
you will be misdating
he/she/it will be misdating
we will be misdating
you will be misdating
they will be misdating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misdating
you have been misdating
he/she/it has been misdating
we have been misdating
you have been misdating
they have been misdating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misdating
you will have been misdating
he/she/it will have been misdating
we will have been misdating
you will have been misdating
they will have been misdating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misdating
you had been misdating
he/she/it had been misdating
we had been misdating
you had been misdating
they had been misdating
Conditional
I would misdate
you would misdate
he/she/it would misdate
we would misdate
you would misdate
they would misdate
Past Conditional
I would have misdated
you would have misdated
he/she/it would have misdated
we would have misdated
you would have misdated
they would have misdated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.misdate - assign the wrong date tomisdate - assign the wrong date to    
date - assign a date to; determine the (probable) date of; "Scientists often cannot date precisely archeological or prehistorical findings"
Translations

misdate

vt letterfalsch datieren
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