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misapprehension

noun [C or U]     /ˌmɪs.æp.rɪˈhen.tʃən/
a failure to understand something, or an understanding or belief about something that is not correct 誤解,誤會 [+ that] Most industrialists labour under a misapprehension (= wrongly believe) that unrestrained economic growth can be achieved without damaging the environment. 大多數工業家都誤以為不破壞環境也可以實現無限制的經濟增長。 Misunderstanding
(Definition of misapprehension from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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