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mistake

noun [C] uk   /mɪˈsteɪk/ us  
A2 an action, decision, or judgment that produces an unwanted or unintentional result: I'm not blaming you - we all make mistakes. [+ to infinitive] It was a mistake for us to come here tonight. This letter's full of spelling mistakes. I've discovered a few mistakes in your calculations. Why am I under arrest? There must be some mistake.by mistake B1 by accident: I've paid this bill twice by mistake.
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mistake

verb [T] uk   /mɪˈsteɪk/ (mistook, mistaken) us  
to be wrong about or to fail to recognize something or someone: You can't mistake their house - it's got a bright yellow front door. formal I mistook your signature and thought the letter was from someone else.
mistakable
adjective uk ( UK also mistakeable)   /-ˈsteɪ.kə.bl̩/ us  
She's easily mistakeable for a man when she wears that suit and hat.
Traducciones de “mistake”
en coreano 실수…
en árabe خَطأ…
en francés prendre pour, confondre avec, se tromper sur…
en turco hata, yanlış, kusur…
en italiano errore, sbaglio…
en chino (tradicionál) 錯誤, 過失…
en ruso ошибка…
en polaco błąd, pomyłka…
en español confundir, equivocarse, entender mal…
en portugués engano, equívoco, erro…
en alemán verwechseln, sich irren…
en catalán equivocació, error…
en japonés 間違い…
en chino (simplificado) 错误, 过失…
(Definition of mistake from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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