mistaken

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yanlış anlaşılır/hatalı
yanlışı olmak
hataya düşmek
yanılmak
aldanmak
yersiz
yanlış

Sanırım o email'i yanlışlıkla Tom'a gönderdim. - I think I mistakenly sent that email to Tom.

Tom sık sık yanlışlıkla bir öğrenciye benzetilir. - Tom is often mistaken for a student.

hatalı

Haritaya güvenmeme rağmen o hatalıydı. - Although I trusted the map, it was mistaken.

Bana öyle geliyor ki sen hatalısın. - It appears to me you are mistaken.

yanılmış

Sen yanılmış olmalısın. - You must be mistaken.

Tom yanılmış olabilirdi. - Tom could've been mistaken.

hatalı mistakenlyyanlışlıkla
karıştır/yanlış anla
f., bak. mistake. s. yanlış, yanlış fikre dayanan, hatalı
yanlış fikre dayanan
mistake
yanlış

Hatalar yapmak her zaman yanlış değildir. - To make mistakes is not always wrong.

Yanlışlıkla mektubunu açtığım için lütfen beni affet. - Please forgive me for opening your letter by mistake.

mistake
yanlışlık

Faturamda bir yanlışlık olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think there's a mistake in my bill.

Yanlışlıkla onun şemsiyesini aldım. - I took his umbrella by mistake.

be mistaken
Yanılmak
mistake
hata

Hatalar yapmaktan korkmayın. - Don't be afraid to make a mistake.

Büyük bir hataydı ki, o caydı. - He broke his promise, which was a big mistake.

mistake
{i} yanılgı
mistaken identity
yanlış kimlik tespiti
erroneous
{s} hatalı

O, bir kez daha, tamamen hatalı. - It is, once again, completely erroneous!

mistake
karıştırmak
mistake
{f} (mis.took, mis.tak.en)
erroneous
{s} yanlış
mistake
yanılmak
erroneous
hatalı erroneously yanlışlıkla
mistake
galat
mistake
başkası sanmak
mistake
{f} for yanlışlıkla -e benzetmek, ile karıştırmak: I mistook them for students. Onları
erroneous
falsolu
erroneous
doğru olmayan
if i'm not mistaken
yanılmıyorsam
mistake
kusur

Kusura bakma ama hatalısın. - Excuse me, but you're mistaken.

mistake
başkasına benzetmek
there you are mistaken
burada yanlıyorsunuz
erroneous
(ifade/görüş/inanç/vb.) yanlış
mistake
yanlış anlamak
mistake
yanılma

Tom'un yanılmadığını umuyorum. - I hope that Tom wasn't mistaken.

mistake
(for ile) -e benzetmek
mistakenly
(zarf) yanlışlıkla
mistakenly
yanlışlıkla

Üzgünüm! Ben yanlışlıkla bitirmeden Gönder'e tıkladım. - Sorry! I mistakenly clicked on Send before I was finished.

Üzgünüm ben yanlışlıkla gönder'''e tıkladım. - Sorry! I mistakenly clicked on Send.

sadly mistaken
büyük yanılgıya düşmüş
be mistaken about
bir şey hakkında yanılmak
he is mistaken
yanılmış olduğunu
mistake
hatayı
to mistaken identity
birini başkası sanmak
you are mistaken
yanılıyorsun
i'm afraid you're mistaken
korkarım hata yapıyorsunuz
mistake
şüphe etme
mistake
başka birisiyle karış

Bir yabancı omzuma arkadan dokundu. Beni başka birisiyle karıştırmış olmalı. - A stranger tapped me on the shoulder from behind. He must have mistaken me for someone else.

mistake
(Askeri) ŞAHSİ BÜYÜK HATA: Bir silahın boşaltılmasında, bir şahsın hatasından veya iyi eğitim görmemiş olmasından doğan ve dikkat edilmek suretiyle, kaçınılması mümkün olan, büyük çapta hata. Aynı sebepler yüzünden yapılan ufak ve kaçınılmaz bir hataya şahsi küçük hata (personnel error) denir
mistake
karıştır/yanlış anla
mistake
şaşırmak
mistake
benzetmek
mistake
yanlış telakki etmek veya görmek
mistakenly
z. yanlışlıkla
that is where you are mistaken
işte burada yanılıyorsunuz
İngilizce - İngilizce
To have an incorrect belief

I think you must be mistaken.

erroneous

This is a clear case of mistaken identity.

Past participle of mistake
{a} when used of a person denotes wrong erroneous; when used of a thing, misconceived
arising from error; "a false assumption"; "a mistaken view of the situation"
Erroneous; wrong; as, a mistaken notion
If you are mistaken about something, you are wrong about it. I see I was mistaken about you You couldn't be more mistaken, Alex. You've utterly misread the situation. = wrong emphasis You use expressions such as if I'm not mistaken and unless I'm very much mistaken as a polite way of emphasizing the statement you are making, especially when you are confident that it is correct. I think he wanted to marry her, if I am not mistaken Unless I'm mistaken, he didn't specify what time
wrong in e g opinion or judgment; "well-meaning but misguided teachers"; "a mistaken belief"; "mistaken identity"
Being in error; judging wrongly; having a wrong opinion or a misconception; as, a mistaken man; he is mistaken
A mistaken belief or opinion is incorrect. a limited understanding of addiction and mistaken beliefs about how it can be overcome. + mistakenly mis·tak·en·ly He says they mistakenly believed the standard licenses they held were sufficient
{s} erroneous, wrong; being in error, having made a mistake
mistaken approach
wrong approach
mistaken belief
erroneous belief, incorrect creed
mistaken identity
When someone incorrectly thinks that they have found or recognized a particular person, you refer to this as a case of mistaken identity. The dead men could have been the victims of mistaken identity. Their attackers may have wrongly believed them to be soldiers. a situation in which someone believes that they have seen a particular person when in fact it was someone else - used especially in relation to crimes
mistake
An error; a blunder
mistake
To understand wrongly, taking one thing for another, or someone for someone else
mistake
To make an error, to do something in wrong way
mistake
If you mistake one person or thing for another, you wrongly think that they are the other person or thing. I mistook you for Carlos
mistake
If you make a mistake, you do something which you did not intend to do, or which produces a result that you do not want. They made the big mistake of thinking they could seize its border with a relatively small force I think it's a serious mistake to confuse books with life There must be some mistake He has been arrested by mistake
mistake
{n} a misconception, unintentional error
mistake
{v} to conceive wrong, to err in judgement
mistakenly
{a} by mistake, erroneously
be mistaken
be wrong, make an error
if I am not mistaken
if I am correct, if I am not wrong, I think that
mistake
to make a mistake or be incorrect
mistake
An innocent error If a mistake is made by all parties to a contract about a material fact, the contract may be voidable
mistake
1 Anything the audience can see during the performance that shouldn't be seen 2 When the director notices something "wrong" with a techie's work
mistake
An error or misunderstanding A contract is voidable if there is a mistake that is mutual, material, unintentional and free from negligence, such as both parties honestly contracting for a different lot in a subdivision (mistake of fact) Innocent mistakes seldom serve to void a contract A party cannot claim "mistake" to get out of a contract on the basis that he or she did not read the contract he or she signed and was therefore mistaken as to its material terms; neither ignorance nor poor judgment is a mistake of fact Nor can a party claim mistake in not knowing the legal consequences upon signing the contract (mistake of law) When there is an ambiguity known by one party who fails to explain the mistake to the innocent party, the innocent party's interpretation generally will prevail
mistake
If you mistake something, you fail to recognize or understand it. The government completely mistook the feeling of the country No one should mistake how serious the issue is. = misjudge
mistake
A mistake is something or part of something which is incorrect or not right. Her mother sighed and rubbed out another mistake in the crossword puzzle. spelling mistakes. = error
mistake
identify incorrectly; "Don't mistake her for her twin sister
mistake
To take or choose wrongly
mistake
A pitch which was intended to be pitched in a hard to hit location, but instead ends up in an easy to hit place
mistake
or blunder - a procedural error that should be avoided by careful attention [Taylor, 3] These are illegitimate errors and can generally be corrected by carefully repeating the operations [Bevington, 2]
mistake
emphasis You can say there is no mistaking something when you are emphasizing that you cannot fail to recognize or understand it. There's no mistaking the eastern flavour of the food
mistake
a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention; "he made a bad mistake"; "she was quick to point out my errors"; "I could understand his English in spite of his grammatical faults"
mistake
Misconception, error, which when non-negligent may be ground for rescinding a contract, or for refusing to perform it
mistake
To err in knowledge, perception, opinion, or judgment; to commit an unintentional error
mistake
n Believing your girlfriend is one thing when in reality, she is quite another Synonym: Embarassment
mistake
an understanding of something that is not correct; "he wasn't going to admit his mistake"; "make no mistake about his intentions"; "there must be some misunderstanding--I don't have a sister"
mistake
An error made by one or both parties that seriously undermines a contract
mistake
To substitute in thought or perception; as, to mistake one person for another
mistake
To take in a wrong sense; to misunderstand misapprehend, or misconceive; as, to mistake a remark; to mistake one's meaning
mistake
part of a statement that is not correct; "the book was full of errors"
mistake
An aborted fetus, especially female
mistake
To understand wrongly, taking one thing for another
mistake
An unintentional error or misunderstanding Certain kinds of mistakes are grounds for rescinding a contract; others are not Mistakes are classified as unilateral or mutual A unilateral mistake is a mistake of a material fact involving a contract made by just one of the parties If only one of the parties is mistaken as to a material fact, the mistake is not a defense unless the other party is chargeable with knowledge of the mistake Whether or not the mistake is chargeable is judged by a "reasonable man" standard; that is, whether a reasonable person would believe that the other party made a mistake
mistake
An apprehending wrongly; a misconception; a misunderstanding; a fault in opinion or judgment; an unintentional error of conduct
mistake
identify incorrectly; "Don't mistake her for her twin sister"
mistake
wrong answer -- "Otherwise there was a mistake in the calculations " (92)
mistake
To have a wrong idea of in respect of character, qualities, etc
mistake
{i} blunder, fault; error
mistake
{f} make an error, be wrong; misinterpret, misunderstand; confuse
mistake
to misjudge
mistakenly
in a mistaken manner; "he mistakenly believed it
mistakenly
By mistake
mistakenly
in a mistaken manner; "he mistakenly believed it"
mistakenly
with an error, accidentally, unintentionally
mistakenly
By mistake, in error, wrongly
mistaken