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mis·re·port

 (mĭs′rĭ-pôrt′)
tr.v. mis·re·port·ed, mis·re·port·ing, mis·re·ports
To report mistakenly or falsely.
n.
An inaccurate or wrong report.

misreport

(ˌmɪsrɪˈpɔːt)
vb
(tr) to report falsely or inaccurately
n
an inaccurate or false report
ˌmisreˈporter n

misreport


Past participle: misreported
Gerund: misreporting

Imperative
misreport
misreport
Present
I misreport
you misreport
he/she/it misreports
we misreport
you misreport
they misreport
Preterite
I misreported
you misreported
he/she/it misreported
we misreported
you misreported
they misreported
Present Continuous
I am misreporting
you are misreporting
he/she/it is misreporting
we are misreporting
you are misreporting
they are misreporting
Present Perfect
I have misreported
you have misreported
he/she/it has misreported
we have misreported
you have misreported
they have misreported
Past Continuous
I was misreporting
you were misreporting
he/she/it was misreporting
we were misreporting
you were misreporting
they were misreporting
Past Perfect
I had misreported
you had misreported
he/she/it had misreported
we had misreported
you had misreported
they had misreported
Future
I will misreport
you will misreport
he/she/it will misreport
we will misreport
you will misreport
they will misreport
Future Perfect
I will have misreported
you will have misreported
he/she/it will have misreported
we will have misreported
you will have misreported
they will have misreported
Future Continuous
I will be misreporting
you will be misreporting
he/she/it will be misreporting
we will be misreporting
you will be misreporting
they will be misreporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misreporting
you have been misreporting
he/she/it has been misreporting
we have been misreporting
you have been misreporting
they have been misreporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misreporting
you will have been misreporting
he/she/it will have been misreporting
we will have been misreporting
you will have been misreporting
they will have been misreporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misreporting
you had been misreporting
he/she/it had been misreporting
we had been misreporting
you had been misreporting
they had been misreporting
Conditional
I would misreport
you would misreport
he/she/it would misreport
we would misreport
you would misreport
they would misreport
Past Conditional
I would have misreported
you would have misreported
he/she/it would have misreported
we would have misreported
you would have misreported
they would have misreported
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Newspaper misreports! Surely such things are not stronger than love!
The papers made no mention of the book, but they misreported him beautifully.
The hero is misconceived and misreported; he cannot therefore wait to unravel any man's blunders; he is again on his road, adding new powers and honors to his domain and new claims on your heart, which will bankrupt you if you have loitered about the old things and have not kept your relation to him by adding to your wealth.
Justice Ijazul Ahsan said: 'Why is it only your organisation that misreports stories?
Jang Editor Hanif Khalid, who was present in court, was asked by Justice Nisar to explain how his remarks were misreported and published, and then debated on television later that night.
Justice Ijazul Ahsan said: Why is it only your organisation that misreports stories?
Jang Editor Hanif Khalid was asked by Justice Nisar to explain how his remarks were misreported and published, and then debated on television later that night.
If the [[beta].sub.L] agent misreports his type as [[beta].sub.H], however, the [[beta].sub.H] agent receives no rent from binding (P[C.sup.n.sub.HH]).
This result comes from the fact that, under collusion, it is not costly to the principal to prevent the potential situation in which one of the agents misreports his type when both agents are [[beta].sub.L].
The ppv for whites is also high because in spite of the fact that the white group is the destination for most misreports, the white group is very large, and the misreports are a small fraction of the total of reported whites.
To illustrate the importance of a high ppv, suppose many Hispanics misreport themselves as non-Hispanic whites, but the ppv for Hispanics remains high.