misjudgement


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Related to misjudgement: lingering, deteriorating, coy, corresponds
Translations

misjudgement

[ˌmɪsˈdʒʌdʒmənt] N
1. [of distance etc] → mal cálculo m
2. [of person] → juicio m erróneo

misjudgement

nFehleinschätzung f; (of person also)falsche Beurteilung

misjudgement

misjudgment [ˌmɪsˈdʒʌdʒmənt] nerrore m di valutazione
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It was a complete misjudgement on my behalf," he said.
The former Three Lions striker said: "I'm angry, I'm sad, I'm staggered at the misjudgement from a guy who admitted this was his dream job.
The Birmingham Mail showed a gross misjudgement in my opinion.
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The tragedy is something you will have to live with through a momentary lapse of concentration and misjudgement.
Parity lasted just two minutes as Kolodynski took advantage of a misjudgement by the visitors' keeper to tap in his 125th Rugby goal to become the club's all-time record goal scorer.
FELLOW parents, here comes a weekend filled with family dilemmas, a tense, psychological challenge in which even the slightest misjudgement can mean the difference between a happy household and chaos.
The central misjudgement by Mr Foo was in not dilating Patient A's pupils to give himself the best opportunity of assessing the lesion.
Anyone in the City who made such a costly misjudgement would probably have been looking for alternative employment several months ago.
Their own professional association adding to that, by threatening punishment for a split-second misjudgement, is only going to make matters worse.
The stewards found Cosgrave in breach of Rule 156 in that he 'had made a positive manoeuvre too late as a result of a serious misjudgement.