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tr.v. mis·per·ceived, mis·per·ceiv·ing, mis·per·ceives
To perceive incorrectly; misunderstand.

mis′per·cep′tion (-sĕp′shən) n.


a wrong perception


(ˌmɪs pərˈsɛp ʃən)
a false or incorrect perception.
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