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misapprehension

noun   /ˌmɪs.æp.rɪˈhen.ʃən/
a failure to understand something, or an understanding or belief about something that is not correct malentendido Most industrialists labour underlabor under a misapprehension (= wrongly believe) that unrestrained economic growth can be achieved without damaging the environment.2262
(Definition of misapprehension from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

misapprehension

noun /misapriˈhenʃən/
misunderstanding malentendido, equivocación Cultural misapprehension is a fact of ;life.
(Definition of misapprehension from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “misapprehension”
in Vietnamese sự hiểu lầm…
in Malaysian salah faham…
in Thai การเข้าใจผิด…
in French malentendu…
in German das Mißverständnis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 误解,误会…
in Turkish yanlış anlama…
in Russian неправильное представление…
in Indonesian salah pengertian…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誤解,誤會…
in Polish błędne przekonanie, nieporozumienie…
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