misjudge


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miscalculate

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Synonyms for misjudge

to make a mistake in judging

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to calculate wrongly

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The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) urged Beijing Sunday not to "misjudge" the results of Taiwan's local elections and referendums, in which the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) crushed the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
TOKYO, May 15 (KUNA) -- North Korea on Monday claimed it has successfully conducted test-firing of a new type of ground-to-ground medium to long-range ballistic missile, warning the US not to "misjudge" its capability.
Smith came to the edge of his box to try to head clear a miscued chip from Nicholson, only to misjudge the spin of the ball.
Speed is a definite factor for me because if I don't have a chance of ranging a deer and have to estimate the distance myself, I'll have a little more room to misjudge and still hit the vitals.
If you think deep down she might have a valid point (maybe you did jump to a wrong conclusion or misjudge her), you might say, "Let me think about it, and let's talk again tomorrow when we've calmed down."
Employers have a good sense of how negatively their employees feel about their work, but misjudge some of the causes and thus invest in programs and resources that fail to shape an effective work environment, according to a survey of 1,100 employees and 300 business executives.
But today's deficit is different, and both sides misjudge its impact and importance.
They may, however, still misjudge a contestant despite their professional expertise.
campaign, the survey showed that a number of people misjudge the effects of driving after drinking.