Definition of mistranslation in English:

mistranslation

Pronunciation /ˈˌmisˌtranzˈlāSHən/ /ˈˌmɪsˌtrænzˈleɪʃən/ /ˈˌmisˌtransˈlāSHən/ /ˈˌmɪsˌtrænsˈleɪʃən/

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noun

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‘There are many unbelievers who tried to point out several alleged contradictions in the Qur'an but all of their attempts were either out of context, mistranslations or misquotations.’
  • ‘There are no amusing typos, which is a notable absence given that mistranslations have been a mainstay of British comedy for decades.’
  • ‘She put too many vague sentences in the story, which eventually caused our mistranslation.’
  • ‘A reasonable man might call this mistranslation at least.’
  • ‘The mistranslation, despite appearances, was not the cause for my concern.’