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mis·hear

 (mĭs-hîr′)
tr. & intr.v. mis·heard (-hûrd′), mis·hear·ing, mis·hears
To hear wrongly; misunderstand.

mishear

(ˌmɪsˈhɪə)
vb, -hears, -hearing or -heard
to fail to hear correctly

mishear


Past participle: misheard
Gerund: mishearing

Imperative
mishear
mishear
Present
I mishear
you mishear
he/she/it mishears
we mishear
you mishear
they mishear
Preterite
I misheard
you misheard
he/she/it misheard
we misheard
you misheard
they misheard
Present Continuous
I am mishearing
you are mishearing
he/she/it is mishearing
we are mishearing
you are mishearing
they are mishearing
Present Perfect
I have misheard
you have misheard
he/she/it has misheard
we have misheard
you have misheard
they have misheard
Past Continuous
I was mishearing
you were mishearing
he/she/it was mishearing
we were mishearing
you were mishearing
they were mishearing
Past Perfect
I had misheard
you had misheard
he/she/it had misheard
we had misheard
you had misheard
they had misheard
Future
I will mishear
you will mishear
he/she/it will mishear
we will mishear
you will mishear
they will mishear
Future Perfect
I will have misheard
you will have misheard
he/she/it will have misheard
we will have misheard
you will have misheard
they will have misheard
Future Continuous
I will be mishearing
you will be mishearing
he/she/it will be mishearing
we will be mishearing
you will be mishearing
they will be mishearing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mishearing
you have been mishearing
he/she/it has been mishearing
we have been mishearing
you have been mishearing
they have been mishearing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mishearing
you will have been mishearing
he/she/it will have been mishearing
we will have been mishearing
you will have been mishearing
they will have been mishearing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mishearing
you had been mishearing
he/she/it had been mishearing
we had been mishearing
you had been mishearing
they had been mishearing
Conditional
I would mishear
you would mishear
he/she/it would mishear
we would mishear
you would mishear
they would mishear
Past Conditional
I would have misheard
you would have misheard
he/she/it would have misheard
we would have misheard
you would have misheard
they would have misheard
Translations

mishear

[ˌmɪsˈhɪəʳ] (misheard (pt, pp)) [ˌmɪsˈhɜːd]
A. VToír mal
B. VIoír mal

mishear

[ˌmɪsˈhɪər]
vtmal entendre
vimal entendre

mishear

pret, ptp <misheard>
vtfalsch hören
visich verhören

mishear

[ˈmɪsˈhɪəʳ] (misheard (pt, pp)) vt & vicapire male
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