Traducción de mistake en español:

mistake

error, n.

Pronunciación: /mɪˈsteɪk//məˈsteɪk/

nombre

  • 1

    error masculino
    a bad mistake un error garrafal
    • a serious mistake un grave error
    • a spelling mistake una falta de ortografía
    • there must be some mistake debe de haber algún error
    • sorry, my mistake lo siento, es culpa mía
    • to make a mistake cometer un error
    • he made the mistake of telling them his address cometió el error de darles su dirección
    • she made a mistake in adding up the total se equivocó al sumar el total
    • we all make mistakes todos cometemos errores
    • anyone can make a mistake cualquiera se puede equivocar
    • make no mistake (about it) no te quepa la menor duda (de ello)
    • it's hot today and no mistake hoy sí que hace calor
    • by mistake por error
    • she took somebody else's umbrella in mistake for her own se llevó un paraguas ajeno creyendo que era el suyo
    • the fourth child was a mistake el cuarto niño fue un accidente
    • She made the mistake of looking back at him, urging her to stay.
    • She makes the mistake of assuming that Americans can not stop eating when served a large portion.
    • Historians sometimes make the mistake of thinking that early modern religious dissent argues secularization.
    • People with great SAT scores go on to make the same stupid mistakes in their lives that we all make.
    • To suggest that embodied chemical properties can solve systemic institutional problems is to commit a serious category mistake.
    • He performed well overall but did make the expected rookie mistakes now and then.
    • Because if you make decisions without proper precautions, you're bound to make costly mistakes in life.
    • Samples are named, numbered and color-coded to make sure mistakes don't happen.
    • The simple truth is that terrible mistakes have been made.
    • The danger in Iraq is repeating the biggest mistake - yielding to gradualism.
    • Avoid the common mistake of falling through the poles.
    • As soon as he said this he realized his grave mistake and quickly looked away.
    • He warned that they should not make the mistake of believing that they could shelve their responsibility.
    • Sure, we made a few mistakes along the way, but everybody makes them.
    • It seems that South Africa is condemned to repeat fatal mistakes that should have been learned from the past.
    • And it is only natural that we will make some mistakes along the way.
    • You know, mistakes happen in journalism, as they happen in the military.
    • We can't make the mistake of assuming that everything is within our grasp.
    • After a while I realized the fatal mistake I had made, but I didn't cry.
    • Not making mistakes goes beyond turnovers, and the Colts simply made costly mistakes at the wrong times.

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (confuse)
    to mistake sth/sb for sth/sb confundir algo/a algn con algo/algn
    • I mistook you for your sister te confundí con tu hermana
    • his attempts at conciliation may have been mistaken for weakness puede ser que hayan interpretado su actitud conciliatoria como una señal de debilidad
    • her shyness can be mistaken for rudeness su timidez a veces parece grosería
  • 2

    (fail to recognize, misinterpret)
    confundir
    it's impossible to mistake her style su estilo es inconfundible
    • you can't mistake it es inconfundible
    • there's no mistaking that voice! ¡esa voz es inconfundible!
    • there was no mistaking their enthusiasm estaban entusiasmados, no cabe duda / sin lugar a dudas