mistime


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mis·time

 (mĭs-tīm′)
tr.v. mis·timed, mis·tim·ing, mis·times
To time inaccurately or inappropriately; misjudge the timing of: The basketball team mistimed the final play and lost the game.

mistime

(ˌmɪsˈtaɪm)
vb
(tr) to time (an action, utterance, etc) wrongly

mistime


Past participle: mistimed
Gerund: mistiming

Imperative
mistime
mistime
Present
I mistime
you mistime
he/she/it mistimes
we mistime
you mistime
they mistime
Preterite
I mistimed
you mistimed
he/she/it mistimed
we mistimed
you mistimed
they mistimed
Present Continuous
I am mistiming
you are mistiming
he/she/it is mistiming
we are mistiming
you are mistiming
they are mistiming
Present Perfect
I have mistimed
you have mistimed
he/she/it has mistimed
we have mistimed
you have mistimed
they have mistimed
Past Continuous
I was mistiming
you were mistiming
he/she/it was mistiming
we were mistiming
you were mistiming
they were mistiming
Past Perfect
I had mistimed
you had mistimed
he/she/it had mistimed
we had mistimed
you had mistimed
they had mistimed
Future
I will mistime
you will mistime
he/she/it will mistime
we will mistime
you will mistime
they will mistime
Future Perfect
I will have mistimed
you will have mistimed
he/she/it will have mistimed
we will have mistimed
you will have mistimed
they will have mistimed
Future Continuous
I will be mistiming
you will be mistiming
he/she/it will be mistiming
we will be mistiming
you will be mistiming
they will be mistiming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mistiming
you have been mistiming
he/she/it has been mistiming
we have been mistiming
you have been mistiming
they have been mistiming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mistiming
you will have been mistiming
he/she/it will have been mistiming
we will have been mistiming
you will have been mistiming
they will have been mistiming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mistiming
you had been mistiming
he/she/it had been mistiming
we had been mistiming
you had been mistiming
they had been mistiming
Conditional
I would mistime
you would mistime
he/she/it would mistime
we would mistime
you would mistime
they would mistime
Past Conditional
I would have mistimed
you would have mistimed
he/she/it would have mistimed
we would have mistimed
you would have mistimed
they would have mistimed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mistime - time incorrectlymistime - time incorrectly; "She mistimed the marathon runner"
clock, time - measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time; "he clocked the runners"
Translations

mistime

[ˈmɪsˈtaɪm] VT to mistime sthhacer algo a destiempo

mistime

[ˌmɪsˈtaɪm] vt [+ movement, action] → faire à contretemps

mistime

vt
acteinen ungünstigen Zeitpunkt wählen für; a badly mistimed political announcementeine politische Erklärung, die zu einem denkbar ungünstigen Zeitpunkt kommt; he mistimed his entrance (actor)er trat zum falschen Zeitpunkt auf
racefalsch stoppen

mistime

[ˌmɪsˈtaɪm] vt (action, blow) → calcolare male
to mistime one's arrival (arrive inopportunely) → arrivare al momento sbagliato (miscalculate time) → sbagliarsi su or calcolare male il proprio orario d'arrivo
the government mistimed its announcement → il governo ha emesso il comunicato al momento sbagliato
a mistimed remark → un'osservazione poco opportuna
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You can't exactly not tackle them, you've just got to hope it's your lucky day and you won't mistime too many and head for an early bath.
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And that was a rare occurrence, for the target man didn't mistime many headers.