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transitive verb misled, misled
1engañar(court/parliament) inducir a errorto mislead sb into -inghe looks harmless enough, but don't be misled — parece inofensivo, pero no te dejes engañar
- I agree with them that the evidence does not support the idea that they deliberately misled anyone.
- We learnt to be careful about our preconceived ideas misleading us, not making us critical enough.
- Now if in fact it's not all new money, well, he's misled the Australian public.
- All this only scratches the surface of the ways schools use statistics to mislead parents and the public.
- One lesson he had learned from arguing against idealism is that the surface grammar of language can mislead us about the meaning of what we say.
- That's wrong, most of all because it misleads people about their real options.
- I'm worried that the strange lyrics paint a wrong picture of what life is and mislead young people.
- In other words, he is innocent of intentionally misinforming or misleading the audience.
- What that tells me is that right now, whatever is being reported could be information to deceive and mislead people.
- The unspoken truth is that either as a people we were misled, or we were lied to, about the real reason for this war.
- Now that the story turns out to be a fake, do you go public with the names of the sources who misled you?
- So it's really unfortunate when the Vice President plays politics like this and once again demonizes his opponents and misleads the American people.
- This fallacy misleads people, and morally, I feel we shouldn't use this method in an argument, because it isn't justified to take advantage of someone.
- Public education and the media mislead us into thinking America is a just and fair country.
- One person deliberately, by choice, misleads another person without any notification that deception will occur.
- One is that you are misleading the person who receives it, since you are representing it as a genuine bill.
- And he should stop misleading the American people with phony, inflated numbers.
- To the extent that you reduce fear, you reduce the emotional need among your people to mislead you.
- They even publicly show false numbers to mislead readers and advertisers.
- I used to lie and I still lie really, not to mislead anybody but to entertain people.
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