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 mistaken [mis'teikәn]   添加此单词到默认生词本
a. 犯错的, 错误的
mistake的过去分词

[法] 错误的, 弄错的, 判断错误的




    mistaken
    [ adj ]
    1. wrong in e.g. opinion or judgment

    2. <adj.all>
      well-meaning but misguided teachers
      a mistaken belief
      mistaken identity
    3. arising from error

    4. <adj.all>
      a false assumption
      a mistaken view of the situation


    Mistake \Mis*take"\ (m[i^]s*t[=a]k"), v. t. [imp. & obs. p. p.
    {Mistook} (m[i^]s*t[oo^]k"); p. p. {Mistaken}
    (m[i^]s*t[=a]k"'n); p. pr. & vb. n. {Mistaking}.] [Pref. mis-
    + take: cf. Icel. mistaka.]
    1. To take or choose wrongly. [Obs. or R.] --Shak.

    2. To take in a wrong sense; to misunderstand misapprehend,
    or misconceive; as, to mistake a remark; to mistake one's
    meaning. --Locke.

    My father's purposes have been mistook. --Shak.

    3. To substitute in thought or perception; as, to mistake one
    person for another.

    A man may mistake the love of virtue for the
    practice of it. --Johnson.

    4. To have a wrong idea of in respect of character,
    qualities, etc.; to misjudge.

    Mistake me not so much,
    To think my poverty is treacherous. --Shak.


    Mistaken \Mis*tak"en\, p.a.
    1. Being in error; judging wrongly; having a wrong opinion or
    a misconception; as, a mistaken man; he is mistaken.

    2. Erroneous; wrong; as, a mistaken notion.

    1. David Sendler, TV Guide's national section editor, acknowledged the illustration could be mistaken for a photograph.
    2. Congruences or consequences were mistaken for causes, methodology was elevated into a philosophy. If there were gene markers which tallied with the experience of being homosexual that was 'an interesting observation,' he said.
    3. "It was a case of mistaken identity," al-Mjeni said. "Grasshoppers are attracted to light and, not surprisingly, they congregated near the governor's office which is well illuminated at night.
    4. The Vincennes did pick up from elsewhere a frequency normally emitted by warplanes, which contributed to the mistaken conclusion that the aircraft was an attacking F-14.
    5. But he assured me that I was mistaken.
    6. Previous press reports were mistaken in saying the pact would allow the two compaies to share information not yet patented, said John Swenson, a spokesman for Minneapolis-based Cray.
    7. Instead, buyers get a huge, power-operated fabric sunroof which makes it feel almost as open as a cabriolet with the side windows up. The dumpy yet attractively curvy 121 could never be mistaken for anything else.
    8. Police said they shot into the car at least 47 times because they had mistaken the Chrysler New Yorker for another car allegedly carrying drug dealers.
    9. The United States said the plane was shot down in the mistaken belief it was an attacking warplane.
    10. He claims he doesn't really need it. He doesn't lose that much control, according to him," Chun said. Singleton maintains, as he did at his trial, that he is innocent and was mistaken for another man.
    11. The information is used to ensure that the shuttle or other rockets depositing payloads in space don't run into objects in orbit, or that a falling satellite isn't mistaken for a missile attack.
    12. If we expected to be applauded for linking in such a bold and direct manner shareholder value with executive compensation, we were mistaken.
    13. Well, they're sadly mistaken," he said.
    14. Pichardo said Santeria's history of practice in the home hurts his effort to bring the religion into the open, and may have contributed to the mistaken link of Santeria to the Matamoros mass killings this spring.
    15. Health department officials are trying to determine if any regulations were violated when an elderly nursing home patient who was still alive was mistaken for a dead woman and taken to a funeral home for embalming.
    16. The latter two Batmans would never be mistaken for matinee idols.
    17. The United States said the airliner was mistaken for an Iranian fighter jet.
    18. David Dinkins, the only black candidate in the September mayoral primary, said: "It wasn't mistaken identity.
    19. Since the New Zealand challenge is choosing to miss the regatta for tactical reasons, at least there is no risk of the Ivans being mistaken for the All-Blacks.
    20. THE OFFICES of Joutel Resources in Toronto could easily be mistaken for a Cuban trade promotion agency.
    21. A man mistaken by police as a fugitive killer featured on a television crime show says he was frisked, handcuffed and arrested before police realized they had the wrong man.
    22. Such assumptions are mistaken.
    23. Alberto Radelat, a dental student, and journalist John Walker were tortured and killed in February 1985 in Guadalajara, Mexico, and authorities there said they believed the men were executed because they were mistaken for drug agents.
    24. High on a living-room window sill in a second-floor apartment sits a house plant with a mistaken identity.
    25. Pentagon officials are reviewing last Sunday's incident in the Strait of Hormuz, when the cruiser fired a missile and knocked down the airliner and killed all 290 people aboard in the mistaken belief that it was an Iranian F-14 fighter.
    26. His mistaken expectation that she wanted an argument became self-fulfilling.
    27. "In this country there is a notion we can sell our products into Eastern Europe but I think that notion is mistaken,' Lamont said in an interview from his office in north suburban Evanston.
    28. Brown, who's black, was confronted by Wellesley police who had mistaken him for a bank robber Sept. 21.
    29. At times they can too easily be mistaken for drift.
    30. The news service said Dornan was a Protestant and that police thought the shooting may have been a case of mistaken identity.
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