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misunderstand

verb [I or T] uk   /ˌmɪs.ʌn.dəˈstænd/  us   /-dɚ-/ (misunderstood, misunderstood)
B2 to think you have understood someone or something when you have not: If you think that these transport problems can be solved by building more roads, you completely misunderstand the nature of the problem. I told him I'd meet him here, but perhaps he misunderstood and went straight to the bar.be misunderstood C2 If someone is misunderstood, other people do not understand that they have good qualities: In her teens she felt frustrated and misunderstood.
Traducciones de “misunderstand”
en árabe يُسيء الفَهم…
en coreano 오해하다…
in Malaysian salah faham…
en francés mal comprendre…
en turco yanlış/ters anlamak…
en italiano capire male…
en chino (tradicionál) 誤解, 誤會…
en ruso неправильно понять…
en polaco źle rozumieć, nie rozumieć…
in Vietnamese hiểu sai…
en español entender mal, interpretar mal…
en portugués interpretar mal, equivocar-se…
in Thai เข้าใจผิด…
en alemán mißverstehen…
en catalán entendre malament…
en japonés 誤解する…
in Indonesian salah mengerti, salah paham…
en chino (simplificado) 误解, 曲解…
(Definition of misunderstand from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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