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  1. mistake

    • IPA[məˈstāk]

    美式

    • n.
      an action or judgment that is misguided or wrong;something, especially a word, figure, or fact, which is not correct; an inaccuracy
    • v.
      be wrong about;wrongly identify someone or something as
    • noun: mistake, plural noun: mistakes

    • verb: mistake, 3rd person present: mistakes, gerund or present participle: mistaking, past tense: mistook, past participle: mistaken

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an action or judgment that is misguided or wrong:

      coming here was a mistake

      she made the mistake of thinking they were important

    • 2. something, especially a word, figure, or fact, which is not correct; an inaccuracy:

      a couple of spelling mistakes

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be wrong about:

      because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

    • 2. wrongly identify someone or something as:

      she thought he'd mistaken her for someone else

    • past of mistake

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • past of mistake

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • ph. accidentally; in error

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • n. the error of assigning to something a quality or action which can only properly be assigned to things of another category, for example treating abstract concepts as though they had a physical location.

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • ph. accidentally; in error

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • n. the error of assigning to something a quality or action that can properly be assigned to things only of another category, for example, treating abstract concepts as though they had a physical location.

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • ph. without any doubt

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • ph. without any doubt

    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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    • IPA[mɪˈsteɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      an act or judgement that is misguided or wrong:
    • coming here was a mistake

      she made the mistake of thinking they were important

    • v.
      be wrong about:
    • because I was inexperienced I mistook the nature of our relationship

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