Translation of misread in Spanish:


leer mal, v.

Pronunciation /mɪsˈrid//mɪsˈriːd/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (word/writing) leer mal
    • Apparently, one anxious publisher phoned on behalf of a distinguished philosopher who'd misread the invitation letter and thought he was required to pay to take part.
    • I misread the piece to mean that both liberals and conservatives favored embryo research.
    • That fat man was probably sitting in his office, spinning in his chair with his hands clasped together in his lap and a huge grin on his face as he imagined me going out there and forgetting the notes or misreading the words.
    • So perhaps this has been misread from earlier literature.
    • Even if they all misread my essay, at least they seem to take Martin Luther's theology more seriously than did the silly movie I reviewed.
    • Any reading which fails to take this into account misreads the text.
    • One reader seems to have misread the piece and thinks that I ‘publicly admitted to hacking’.
    • You have, I fear, willfully misread my article.
    • They simply did not represent Islam, and had misread its sacred text.
    • Many press accounts have misread this book as an indictment of incentive zoning or as a polemic against privatization.
    • Then I just figured that I misread the list and missed his name, but since the list was so long, I decided not to read it again.
    • I think some people are guilty of misreading our logo, mistaking newspaper for newsletter.
    • Another drew bold negative conclusions about one of the men on the basis of having misread his own notes about certain dates.
    • With all due respect, I think he was misreading my essay.
    • Once, when he finally secured a space close to home, an over-eager warden put a ticket on his car after misreading his valid permit.
    • We have tried before to send a group of our own people when we thought perhaps we had misread the prophecy, but they never returned.
    • I wrote my remarks from the entries in my reading journal after having lent the book to someone and may well have misread my own notes.
    • I regret the fact I appear to have misread my own notes.
    • If a reader misses such allegorical correspondences, he or she may completely misread the book.
    • The writer of the piece seemed to have misread Otto's article, but he gave my wonderful son a nice plug, and I appreciate that.
  • 2

    (event/intention) interpretar mal
    (intention/event) malinterpretar
    • They said they weren't willing to take any chances their behaviors would be misread - either by the women or by others passing the office.
    • U.S. officials now acknowledge that they misread the strength of the sentiment among Kurds and Shiites to create a special status.
    • If so, the justices misread the situation and the Court's own role.
    • In doing so, they almost certainly misread his intentions.
    • If you have misread human nature then you won't succeed.
    • However, at least in the short term, Sharon had badly misread the situation.
    • They are also in the grip of leftist ideologies which consistently lead them to misread the world and its dangers, and to make stupid decisions.
    • Worst of all, they had completely misread the Chinese situation in their enthusiasm to get workers to the field.
    • That might explain why both men find themselves so often misreading the sentiments of the folks back home.
    • It simply may indicate that the judge misread the whole case.
    • This was a serious mistake by the umpires at the town end and they completely misread the situation.
    • In Lebanon, the Syrians have repeatedly misread the Bush administration's intentions.
    • That would be to misread the seriousness of the situation.
    • Another big problem with using insider data on specific companies is that executives sometimes misread company prospects.
    • Republican leaders said that their motives had been misread and that there was never any intention to invade the privacy of taxpayers.
    • Perhaps, in both of these cases, it was not so much that signals were misread but that the wrong signals were sent.
    • How did it happen that the press not only misread the mood of the electorate but got on the wrong side of it?
    • I think he misreads the intent of the anti-World Trade Organization demonstrators in Seattle and the anti-International Monetary Fund / World Bank demonstrators in Washington.
    • I could have misread the situation completely but he actually seemed quite pleased to have us there.
    • He had completely misread the situation, but I couldn't blame him and I didn't set him straight.