Translation of mistype in Spanish:

mistype

mecanografiar mal, v.

Pronunciation /mɪsˈtaɪp//mɪsˈtʌɪp/

transitive verb

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    mecanografiar mal
    • This way, anyone who linked to your missing page in the past (or just mistyped the URL) is sending visitors to your site map.
    • If I mistyped a domain name, I would get a site that did so many pop-ups and re-spawns that I had to reboot the computer.
    • Unfortunately you mistyped your email address so I couldn't get back to you.
    • I do not want to be asked if I want to buy a domain name that I obviously mistyped.
    • Not only have they got the English a bit wrong, though no wronger than corporations often do; the address to which you are invited to click has been mistyped.
    • Such executives could also unwittingly invoke illicit URLs by mistyping the web address of popular software firms, banks or even children's television programmes.
    • I like Boris because I quite often mistype his name as Biros.
    • ‘Twenty million times a day on our network, people mistype domains and don't get what they're looking for,’ he said.
    • Configuration files are critical to a game program's well-being, and it's fairly easy to mistype something that causes the entire game to crash or act strangely.
    • While working in the foreign currency department of a major bank as a data entry clerk, D mistyped a sort code and sent the money to parts unknown.
    • Since two passwords are involved, the chances of one of the passwords being mistyped doubles.
    • For instance, I habitually mistype the word ‘inspired’ as ‘insipid’ - which has, of course, a completely different meaning.
    • If a user leaves out a field, or mistypes their area code, don't treat it as a catastrophe: Subtle errors deserve subtle messages.
    • Names, addresses or dates of birth get mistyped.
    • I mistyped something about fourteen hours ago.
    • When I mistyped his name by forgetting a letter he sent me a story - so I'd remember that 'n'.
    • And, yes, I did not mistype, his name actually was Wall.
    • I mistype my own last name about 20% of the time, for some crazy reason.
    • For example, if I search for " measu ’, I have fewer characters to type, which means fewer ways I can mistype my search pattern.
    • People who have mistyped social security numbers will have to go through a lengthy process to right the error.