[mi-stey-kuh n] /mɪˈsteɪ kən/
wrongly conceived, held, or done:
a mistaken antagonism.
erroneous; incorrect; wrong:
a mistaken answer.
having made a ; being in error.
(usually predicative) wrong in opinion, judgment, etc: she is mistaken
arising from error in judgment, opinion, etc: a mistaken viewpoint
c.1600, “under misapprehension,” past participle adjective from mistake (v.). Related: Mistakenly. Mistaken identity attested from 1865.
[mi-steyk] /mɪˈsteɪk/ noun 1. an error in action, calculation, opinion, or judgment caused by poor reasoning, carelessness, insufficient knowledge, etc. 2. a misunderstanding or misconception. verb (used with object), mistook, mistaken, mistaking. 3. to regard or identify wrongly as something or someone else: I mistook him for the mayor. 4. to understand, interpret, or evaluate […]
/ˈmɪstəl/ noun 1. (dialect) a cow shed; byre
[mis-tuh-see-nee] /ˌmɪs təˈsi ni/ noun 1. a lake in E Canada, in Quebec province. 840 sq. mi. (2176 sq. km). /ˌmɪstəˈsiːnɪ/ noun 1. Lake Mistassini, a lake in E Canada, in N Quebec: the largest lake in the province; drains through the Rupert River into James Bay. Area: 2175 sq km (840 sq miles). Length: […]
[mis-teech] /mɪsˈtitʃ/ verb (used with object), mistaught, misteaching. 1. to teach wrongly or badly.