mismeasure

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mismeasure

(ˌmɪsˈmɛʒə)
vb (tr)
to measure inaccurately or incorrectly

mismeasure


Past participle: mismeasured
Gerund: mismeasuring

Imperative
mismeasure
mismeasure
Present
I mismeasure
you mismeasure
he/she/it mismeasures
we mismeasure
you mismeasure
they mismeasure
Preterite
I mismeasured
you mismeasured
he/she/it mismeasured
we mismeasured
you mismeasured
they mismeasured
Present Continuous
I am mismeasuring
you are mismeasuring
he/she/it is mismeasuring
we are mismeasuring
you are mismeasuring
they are mismeasuring
Present Perfect
I have mismeasured
you have mismeasured
he/she/it has mismeasured
we have mismeasured
you have mismeasured
they have mismeasured
Past Continuous
I was mismeasuring
you were mismeasuring
he/she/it was mismeasuring
we were mismeasuring
you were mismeasuring
they were mismeasuring
Past Perfect
I had mismeasured
you had mismeasured
he/she/it had mismeasured
we had mismeasured
you had mismeasured
they had mismeasured
Future
I will mismeasure
you will mismeasure
he/she/it will mismeasure
we will mismeasure
you will mismeasure
they will mismeasure
Future Perfect
I will have mismeasured
you will have mismeasured
he/she/it will have mismeasured
we will have mismeasured
you will have mismeasured
they will have mismeasured
Future Continuous
I will be mismeasuring
you will be mismeasuring
he/she/it will be mismeasuring
we will be mismeasuring
you will be mismeasuring
they will be mismeasuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mismeasuring
you have been mismeasuring
he/she/it has been mismeasuring
we have been mismeasuring
you have been mismeasuring
they have been mismeasuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mismeasuring
you will have been mismeasuring
he/she/it will have been mismeasuring
we will have been mismeasuring
you will have been mismeasuring
they will have been mismeasuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mismeasuring
you had been mismeasuring
he/she/it had been mismeasuring
we had been mismeasuring
you had been mismeasuring
they had been mismeasuring
Conditional
I would mismeasure
you would mismeasure
he/she/it would mismeasure
we would mismeasure
you would mismeasure
they would mismeasure
Past Conditional
I would have mismeasured
you would have mismeasured
he/she/it would have mismeasured
we would have mismeasured
you would have mismeasured
they would have mismeasured
References in periodicals archive ?
Now, it's possible that productivity gains are just being mismeasured.
Moreover, this measurement error may be growing over time as the relative size of the group that is being mismeasured increases.
Third, I ask the question, "Let's suppose what is allegedly being mismeasured was actually measured.
There are those who argue that the benefits of the smart phone demonstrate that productivity growth is fundamentally mismeasured.
In this case, two wrongs make a right: A sufficiently large response to the mismeasured natural rate will cancel out the mismeasurement in the output gap.
Comparing the gap in value added per hour to the wage gap between the two sectors suggests that value added in the data is mismeasured.
U], the worker is truly unemployed--in which case he makes a transition to measured nonparticipation if he remains unemployed and this lack of change in labor market status is mismeasured, [f.
On the day of the event, John received a panicked phone call from Everyday Blessings: They mismeasured the rooms and realized Keller Williams would not have enough paint to complete the project.
Alternatively, perhaps the District's labor force is simply being mismeasured and is tracing a path more like what we're seeing for the nation.
Conservatives who envision Obama as a Scandinavian-style social democrat have similarly mismeasured the man: his welfare statism, like his warfare statism, is an all-American concoction.
Work by Athanasios Orphanides and others has argued that the heavy reliance on mismeasured or misperceived output gaps was a significant contributor to the excessive monetary accommodation that led to the Great Inflation in the 1970s--not one of the Fed's finer moments (see Orphanides and Van Norden 2002).
Determining the degree to which imports and output are mismeasured is important in this regard.