misreading, present participle; misread, past participle; misreads, 3rd person singular present; misread, past tense;
Read (a piece of text) wrongly
Judge or interpret (a situation or a person's manner or behavior) incorrectly
had she been completely misreading his intentions?
read or interpret wrongly; "He misread the data"
(misreading) misinterpretation caused by inaccurate reading
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To read wrongly, normally by accident
To putt wrongly. To not read the green correctly.
to incorrectly discern line on a putt.
A condition that exists when the data presented by the reader is different from the corresponding data in the tag.
A condition which occurs when the data output of a reader/decoder does not agree with the data encoded in the bar code field.
The situation which occurs when a bar code reading device detects a bar code symbol incorrectly (different than intended). A mis-read may be due to a defective symbol, to a mis-match between the reading device and the printed symbol, or to a defective reader or decoder. ...
To incorrectly calculate the necessary speed or break of a putt.
Not realize the value of your hand, or overlook a possible winner. For example, in seven card stud, you may have been concentrating so hard on making a flush that you don't see that, while you missed the flush, you actually had a straight. You can also misread another player's hand.