Definition of 'misleading'
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`I'm sorry, what I said may have been misleading ," Ross said. COME AND BE KILLEDShe was small and rather frail-looking, which was misleading. THE BLACK OPAL`Concealed" is a misleading word here; anyone coming upstairs need only advance along the landing to see me. A MEANS TO EVIL
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British English: misleading /mɪsˈliːdɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as misleading, you mean that it gives you a wrong idea or impression.
It would be misleading to say that we are friends.
- American English: misleading
- Arabic: مُضَلِّلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enganoso
- Chinese: 令人误解的
- Croatian: varav
- Czech: zavádějící
- Danish: vildledende
- Dutch: misleidend
- European Spanish: engañoso
- Finnish: harhaanjohtava
- French: trompeur
- German: irreführend
- Greek: παραπλανητικός
- Italian: fuorviante
- Japanese: 誤解を招く
- Korean: 오도하는
- Norwegian: villedende
- Polish: wprowadzający w błąd
- European Portuguese: enganoso
- Romanian: înșelător
- Russian: вводящий в заблуждение
- Spanish: engañoso
- Swedish: vilseledande
- Thai: ซึ่งทำให้เข้าใจผิด
- Turkish: yanıltıcı
- Ukrainian: оманливий
- Vietnamese: sai lạc
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