Definition of Mistranslated

1. Verb. (present participle of mistranslate) ¹



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Definition of Mistranslated

1. mistranslate [v] - See also: mistranslate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistranslated

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mistranslated (current term)
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Literary usage of Mistranslated

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1. A Statement of Reasons for Not Believing the Doctrines of Trinitarians by Andrews Norton, William Newell (1886)
"Perhaps no text, however, has been more frequently quoted or referred to.* But it now seems to be generally conceded that the words have been mistranslated. ..."

2. Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: with remarks on the commentaries of by Robert Haldane (1874)
"... meaning of the same word, which, in the 16th verse, in consistency with his unscriptural system, he had mistranslated, by rendering it justification. ..."

3. Memoir of Thomas Thomson, Advocate by Cosmo Innes (1854)
"this book was printed from garbled and mistranslated copies. It became at length evident that the whole volume must be suppressed. ..."

4. The Classical Journal (1824)
"BIBLICAL CRITICISM On the mistranslated Passages of Scripture: Joel ii. 23. —Job xix. 26.—Deut. xxiii. 1. OBJECTORS have stated that there is no positive ..."

5. On the Authorized Version of the New Testament in Connection with Some by Richard Chenevix Trench (1858)
"... WHOLLY OR PARTIALLY mistranslated. OUR Translators occasionally fail in part or altogether to give the true force of a word or phrase. ..."

6. European Travel for Women: Notes and Suggestons by Mary Cadwalader Jones (1900)
"... FRENCH WORDS SOMETIMES mistranslated Agr£ment. Pleasure, enjoyment. Never an agreement in the English sense. Amusant. Interesting. ..."

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