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misplacedadjective

uk   us   /ˌmɪsˈpleɪst/
directed towards someone or something wrongly or in a way that does not show good judgment: misplaced loyalty/trust I'm sorry, but your confidence in my abilities is misplaced.
Translations of “misplaced”
in Chinese (Traditional) 被錯誤寄託的, 錯放的…
in Russian неуместный…
in Turkish yersiz, anlamsız, yanlış anlama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被错误寄托的, 错放的…
in Polish źle ulokowany…
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