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read or interpret wrongly

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interpret wrongly

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He misread her friendliness towards him and made a move towards her as if he was about to kiss her on the lips.
Despite this, there still exists the potential for bar code misreads and patient misidentification.
In the other case, the problem was a misread three-dimensional ultrasound, which on review documented a misplaced device.
John's appointment was "a well-aimed kick in the teeth" for those "who so badly misread the mind of the middle-of-the-road English Anglican.
Please do correct me if I have misread or misunderstood the pertinent Court rulings or their apparent intent.
Overall, the number of mistranscriptions in the passages I checked was well within tolerable limits: occasionally a word or two is skipped or misread.
With other 20 systems we Feel there are three choices: a good read, no read, or a misread.
Rose said she misread the signs and attempted to embrace her back.
The proponents of this position misread the Code and regulations.
Almost as soon as they met at Heathrow airport they realized to their dismay that they had totally misread each other over the Internet.
It is understood that staff misread instructions for disinfectant and this resulted in an over-concentrated liquid.
Politicians and election officials have long known that every Election Day, hundreds of thousands of votes are thrown out, lost, or misread.
However, if a handwritten number one is misread during ICR as the lower-case alphabet letter l, then the electronic record does not reflect the content of the original paper record.
If readers as diverse as Charles Nilon, Leo Marx, Bernard Bell, Henry Nash Smith, Peaches Henry, and others have, as the author contends, profoundly misread the novel, can we truly expect high school students to get it right?
In the case of MP3, it was the opponents--chiefly the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)--which understood the technology, yet utterly misread the movement behind it.