Spanish translation of 'misguided'
- [belief, view]
⇒ a misguided sense of loyalty
un sentido desacertado or equivocado de la lealtad
⇒ in the misguided belief that ...
creyendo, equivocadamente or erróneamente, que ...
⇒ he was misguided enough to believe he could get away with it
era tan insensato como para creer que podría salirse con la suya
⇒ poor misguided fool!
Example Sentences Including 'misguided'
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Yet I listened on restlessly, defensively alert for proof that her notion of love was misguided.A DEATH IN THE FAMILY (2002)
Then he was a misguided fool, his brain maddened by impending death.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
Which partly explains why, out of some misguided notion of loyalty, we continued to employ Marshall on an informal, part-time basis.CHAMELEON (2002)
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British English: misguided ADJECTIVE
If you describe an opinion or plan as misguided, you are critical of it because you think it is based on an incorrect idea. You can also describe people as misguided.
In a misguided attempt to be funny, he manages only offensiveness.
Translation of misguided from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary