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mis·read

 (mĭs-rēd′)
tr.v. mis·read (-rĕd′), mis·read·ing, mis·reads
1. To read inaccurately.
2. To misinterpret or misunderstand: misread our friendly concern as prying.

misread

(ˌmɪsˈriːd)
vb (tr) , -reads, -reading or -read (-ˈrɛd)
1. to read incorrectly
2. to misinterpret

mis•read

(mɪsˈrid)

v.t., v.i. -read (-ˈrɛd) -read•ing.
1. to read wrongly.
2. to misunderstand or misinterpret.
[1800–10]

misread


Past participle: misread
Gerund: misreading

Imperative
misread
misread
Present
I misread
you misread
he/she/it misreads
we misread
you misread
they misread
Preterite
I misread
you misread
he/she/it misread
we misread
you misread
they misread
Present Continuous
I am misreading
you are misreading
he/she/it is misreading
we are misreading
you are misreading
they are misreading
Present Perfect
I have misread
you have misread
he/she/it has misread
we have misread
you have misread
they have misread
Past Continuous
I was misreading
you were misreading
he/she/it was misreading
we were misreading
you were misreading
they were misreading
Past Perfect
I had misread
you had misread
he/she/it had misread
we had misread
you had misread
they had misread
Future
I will misread
you will misread
he/she/it will misread
we will misread
you will misread
they will misread
Future Perfect
I will have misread
you will have misread
he/she/it will have misread
we will have misread
you will have misread
they will have misread
Future Continuous
I will be misreading
you will be misreading
he/she/it will be misreading
we will be misreading
you will be misreading
they will be misreading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misreading
you have been misreading
he/she/it has been misreading
we have been misreading
you have been misreading
they have been misreading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misreading
you will have been misreading
he/she/it will have been misreading
we will have been misreading
you will have been misreading
they will have been misreading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misreading
you had been misreading
he/she/it had been misreading
we had been misreading
you had been misreading
they had been misreading
Conditional
I would misread
you would misread
he/she/it would misread
we would misread
you would misread
they would misread
Past Conditional
I would have misread
you would have misread
he/she/it would have misread
we would have misread
you would have misread
they would have misread
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.misread - read or interpret wronglymisread - read or interpret wrongly; "He misread the data"
read, scan - obtain data from magnetic tapes; "This dictionary can be read by the computer"
2.misread - interpret wrongly; "I misread Hamlet all my life!"
read, take - interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression; "I read this address as a satire"; "How should I take this message?"; "You can't take credit for this!"

misread

verb
Translations

misread

[ˌmɪsˈriːd] (misread (pt, pp)) [ˌmɪsˈred] VT (= read wrongly) → leer mal; (= misinterpret) → interpretar mal, malinterpretar

misread

[ˌmɪsˈriːd] [misread] [ˌmɪsˈrɛd] (pt, pp) vt
(= misinterpret) [+ situation, behaviour, signals] → mal interpréter
[+ something written] → mal lire

misread

pret, ptp <misread>
vtfalsch or nicht richtig lesen; (= misinterpret)falsch verstehen

misread

[ˌmɪsˈriːd] (misread (pt, pp)) vtleggere male; (misinterpret) → interpretare male
References in classic literature ?
The secrets of earth and sky and the links that bind them, we felicitate ourselves we are on the road to discover; but our neighbours' heart and mind we misread, we misjudge, we condemn now as ever.
I beg your pardon; I must have misread your watch in setting my own by it.
In short, the poor girl (for what could she know of the criminal intellect, which its own professed students perpetually misread, because they persist in trying to reconcile it with the average intellect of average men, instead of identifying it as a horrible wonder apart) could get by no road to any other conclusion than that he WAS a terrible man, and must be fled from.
Despite this, there still exists the potential for bar code misreads and patient misidentification.
In "Skewed Perspective," David Steiner makes a valid claim about the ideology of American education schools, but he misreads its significance.
In places where Dupuy refers to payments he has made, Raugei oddly and persistently misreads paier, where Dupuy wrote fraier.
English misreads every situation, producing a tiresome series of mistaken identity gags that wouldn't pass muster on the lamest television sitcom.
A proprietary algorithm makes misreads a virtual impossibility.
The recording industry replies that this conclusion misreads the law--that the act keeps them from suing those who copy CDs, not from putting up private fences to prevent piracy.
Every manager occasionally misreads political signals.