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Meanings of Mistranslation:

noun

A word, document, etc. that is translated (= changed into a different language) in a way that is not correct

Usage examples:

The book is marred by sloppy research, including mistranslations of documents., this is, unfortunat…

Mistreat

mɪsˈtriːt

Meanings of Mistreat:

verb

Treat (a person or animal) badly, cruelly, or unfairly.

Usage examples:

He denied mistreating his workers

Mistreated

ˌmɪsˈtriːt

Meanings of Mistreated:

verb

Treat (a person or animal) badly, cruelly, or unfairly.

Usage examples:

He denied mistreating his workers

Mistreating

ˌmɪsˈtriːt

Meanings of Mistreating:

verb

Treat (a person or animal) badly, cruelly, or unfairly.

Usage examples:

He denied mistreating his workers

Mistreatment

ˌmɪsˈtriːt.mənt

Meanings of Mistreatment:

noun

The action of mistreating or fact of being mistreated; ill-treatment.

Usage examples:

The alleged mistreatment of the animals that perform in those shows

Mistreats

ˌmɪsˈtriːt

Meanings of Mistreats:

verb

Treat (a person or animal) badly, cruelly, or unfairly.

Usage examples:

He denied mistreating his workers

Mistress

ˈmɪs.trəs

Meanings of Mistress:

noun

A woman in a position of authority or control.

Usage examples:

She is always mistress of the situation, coolly self-possessed

Meanings of Mistressdom:

noun

The state or condition of being a mistress.

Mistresses

ˈmɪstrəs

Meanings of Mistresses:

noun

A woman in a position of authority or control.

Usage examples:

She is always mistress of the situation, coolly self-possessed

Meanings of Mistressless:

adjective

Having no mistress or female head.

Meanings of Mistressly:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a woman proficient in an art. compare "masterly".

Meanings of Mistrial:

noun

A trial rendered invalid through an error in the proceedings.

Usage examples:

The judge dismissed the charge and declared a mistrial

Mistrials

ˈmɪs.traɪəl

Meanings of Mistrials:

noun

A trial rendered invalid through an error in the proceedings.

Usage examples:

The judge dismissed the charge and declared a mistrial

Meanings of Mistrust:

verb

Be suspicious of; have no confidence in.

Usage examples:

She had no cause to mistrust him
noun

Lack of trust; suspicion.

Usage examples:

There is widespread mistrust of pension providers

Mistrusted

ˌmɪsˈtrʌst

Meanings of Mistrusted:

verb

Be suspicious of; have no confidence in.

Usage examples:

She had no cause to mistrust him
noun

Lack of trust; suspicion.

Usage examples:

There is widespread mistrust of pension providers

Meanings of Mistruster:

noun

A person who mistrusts someone or something.

Mistrustfully

ˌmɪsˈtrʌst.fəl.i

Meanings of Mistrustfully:

adverb

In a way that shows you have doubts about the honesty or abilities of someone, or that shows you have doubts about whether something is good, safe, true etc.

Usage examples:

She stared mistrustfully at them.

Mistrusting

ˌmɪsˈtrʌst

Meanings of Mistrusting:

verb

Be suspicious of; have no confidence in.

Usage examples:

She had no cause to mistrust him
noun

Lack of trust; suspicion.

Usage examples:

There is widespread mistrust of pension providers

Meanings of Mistrusts:

verb

Be suspicious of; have no confidence in.

Usage examples:

She had no cause to mistrust him
noun

Lack of trust; suspicion.

Usage examples:

There is widespread mistrust of pension providers

Meanings of Mistry:

verb

To try (a person or case) wrongly or badly; to subject to a wrong or badly conducted trial.

Mists

mɪst

Meanings of Mists:

noun

A cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface that limits visibility (to a lesser extent than fog; strictly, with visibility remaining above 1 km (1,100 yards))

Usage examples:

The peaks were shrouded in mist
verb

A cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface that limits visibility (to a lesser extent than fog; strictly, with visibility remaining above 1 km).

Usage examples:

The peaks were shrouded in mist

Mistune

mɪsˈtʃuːn

Meanings of Mistune:

verb

To put out of tune, make discordant; to perform (music) out of tune; to tune (a musical instrument) wrongly.

Meanings of Mistuned:

adjective

Out of tune, wrongly tuned; (of a person) †having no ear for music (obsolete).

Mistunes

mɪsˈtʃuːn

Meanings of Mistunes:

verb

To put out of tune, make discordant; to perform (music) out of tune; to tune (a musical instrument) wrongly.

Meanings of Mistuning:

verb

To put out of tune, make discordant; to perform (music) out of tune; to tune (a musical instrument) wrongly.

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