mishandling


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mis·han·dle

 (mĭs-hăn′dl)
tr.v. mis·han·dled, mis·han·dling, mis·han·dles
1. To deal with clumsily or inefficiently; mismanage: mishandled the project.
2. To treat roughly; maltreat: The package was mishandled during shipping.

mishandling

(ˌmɪsˈhændlɪŋ)
n
the act or an instance of mishandling something
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mishandling

noun
1. Physically harmful treatment:
2. Wrong, often corrupt use:
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mishandling

[ˌmɪsˈhændlɪŋ] N
1. [of object, goods] → mal trato m
2. [of situation, problem] → mal manejo m
References in classic literature ?
His brig was like wife and child to him; he had looked on, day by day, at the mishandling of poor Ransome; but when it came to the brig, he seemed to suffer along with her.
The curtain down, with a gleeful audience in front and with the dogs back in the room over the stage, Wilton Davis descended to look for Michael, who, instead of cowering in some corner, stood between the legs of the stage-hand, quivering yet from his mishandling and threatening to fight as hard as ever if attacked.
Compared to 2015, the mishandling rate has been reduced by more than 40%, IATA said.
Summary: California [USA], July 24 (ANI): In what is believed to be the second-largest penalty ever, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has officially announced its USD 5 billion settlement with Facebook over its mishandling of users' data in Cambridge Analytica and other privacy breaches.
Most of problems, whether economic crisis, or threat of terrorism and extremism, to political instability that threaten our national interests, are entirely of our own mishandling and process of decision making in hands of men who were either incompetent, nor qualified, neither had constitutional or moral authority to make them.
The governor, who was speaking at Chebara, said the mishandling of dam projects in Elgeyo Marakwet had caused many people to suffer.
The State Department has identified 23 violations and seven infractions in its ongoing review of the mishandling of classified information associated with former Secretary of State Hillary Clintons use of a non-government email server for official business.
Right now, we are mishandling it very badly indeed,' he said.
Since 2007 baggage mishandling has fallen by 70% and today 99.9% of mishandled bags are recovered and handed over to their owners within two days, it said.
The Metropolitan Police said that the disclosure did not amount to a criminal offence, but the former defence secretary accused Prime Minister Theresa May and Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill of badly mishandling the inquiry.
The Metropolitan Police said the disclosure did not amount to a criminal offence, but the former defence secretary accused Prime Minister Theresa May and Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill of badly mishandling the inquiry.
While the rate of global baggage mishandling is around 5.7 bags per 1,000 passengers over the past three years, Abu Dhabi International Airport boasts of a remarkable figure as it embraces technology.