Definition of 'mislay'
Example sentences containing 'mislay'
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Sydney and introduced a momentum that England had temporarily mislaid. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Either that or she's mislaid another valuable item down a crack in the floorboards. The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'mislay'
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Translations for 'mislay'
British English: mislay /mɪsˈleɪ/ VERB
If you mislay something, you put it somewhere and then forget where you have put it.
I appear to have mislaid my jumper.
- American English: mislay
- Arabic: يُضَيِّعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: extraviar
- Chinese: 放错地方
- Croatian: zagubiti
- Czech: založit položit někam omylem a zapomenout
- Danish: forlægge
- Dutch: zoekmaken
- European Spanish: extraviar
- Finnish: hukata
- French: égarer
- German: verlegen
- Greek: χάνω κάτι προσωρινά
- Italian: smarrire
- Japanese: 置き忘れる
- Korean: 잘못 놓다
- Norwegian: forlegge
- Polish: podziać
- European Portuguese: extraviar
- Romanian: a rătăci
- Russian: положить не на место
- Spanish: extraviar
- Swedish: förlägga
- Thai: ทำหาย
- Turkish: yitirmek
- Ukrainian: покласти не на місце
- Vietnamese: để thất lạc
Definition of mislay from the Collins English Dictionary
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