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Translation of "misunderstand" - English-Russian dictionary

misunderstand

verb [T]     /ˌmɪsʌndəˈstænd/ ( past tense and past participle misunderstood)
B2 to not understand someone or something correctly неправильно понять He misunderstood the question completely.Misunderstanding
be misunderstood
If someone is misunderstood, other people do not understand that they have good qualities. быть недооцененным Misunderstanding
Translations of “misunderstand”
in Arabic يُسيء الفَهم…
in Korean 오해하다…
in Malaysian salah faham…
in French mal comprendre…
in Turkish yanlış/ters anlamak…
in Italian capire male…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誤解, 誤會…
in Polish źle rozumieć, nie rozumieć…
in Vietnamese hiểu sai…
in Spanish entender mal, malinterpretar, interpretar mal…
in Portuguese interpretar mal, equivocar-se…
in Thai เข้าใจผิด…
in German mißverstehen…
in Catalan entendre malament…
in Japanese 誤解する…
in Indonesian salah mengerti, salah paham…
in Chinese (Simplified) 误解, 曲解…
(Definition of misunderstand from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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