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err

verb   /ɜːr/ /r/ /er/ formal
to make a mistake or to do something wrong equivocarse He erred in agreeing to her appointment to the position.2321
→  Idioms err on the side of caution , to err is human (to forgive divine).
(Definition of err from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

err

verb /əː/
(formal, old-fashioned) to make a mistake; to be wrong; to do wrong errar, equivocarse To err is human.
err on the side of
to be guilty of what might be seen as a fault in order to avoid an opposite and greater fault pecar por exceso de It is better to err on the side of leniency when punishing a child .
(Definition of err from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “err”
in Vietnamese sai lầm…
in Malaysian membuat kesilapan…
in Thai ทำผิด…
in French (se) tromper…
in German sich irren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犯错误, 做错事, 出差错…
in Turkish yanılmak, hata yapmak…
in Russian ошибаться…
in Indonesian membuat kesalahan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 犯錯誤, 做錯事, 出差錯…
in Polish mylić się, błądzić…
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