Mis-estimation



[verb mis-es-tuh-meyt; noun mis-es-tuh-mit] /verb mɪsˈɛs təˌmeɪt; noun mɪsˈɛs tə mɪt/

verb (used with object), misestimated, misestimating.
1.
to wrongly or inadequately.
noun
2.
a wrong or inadequate .
v.

1778, from mis- (1) + estimate (v.). Related: Misestimated; misestimating.

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