[mis-di-rek-shuh n] /ˌmɪs dɪˈrɛk ʃən/
a wrong or incorrect , guidance, or instruction.
Law. an erroneous charge to the jury by a judge.
1768, from mis- (1) + direction. Meaning “action of a conjurer, thief, etc. to distract someone” is from 1943.
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[dih-vizh-uh n] /dɪˈvɪʒ ən/ noun 1. the act or process of dividing; state of being divided. 2. Arithmetic. the operation inverse to multiplication; the finding of a quantity, the quotient, that when multiplied by a given quantity, the divisor, gives another given quantity, the dividend; the process of ascertaining how many times one number or […]
[mis-doo] /mɪsˈdu/ verb (used with object), misdid, misdone, misdoing. 1. to do badly or wrongly; botch. verb (used without object), misdid, misdone, misdoing. 2. Obsolete. to behave improperly. v. Old English misdon, “to do evil or wrong, transgress, err,” common Germanic compound (cf. Old Frisian misdua, Middle Dutch misdoen, Old High German missituon, German misstun); […]
[mis-dout] /mɪsˈdaʊt/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to or suspect. noun 2. or suspicion. /mɪsˈdaʊt/ verb 1. an archaic word for doubt, suspect v. “to have doubts (of the reality of something),” 1540s; see mis- (1) + doubt (v.). Related: Misdoubted; misdoubting.