Definition of misrender in English:

misrender

Line breaks: mis|ren¦der
Pronunciation: /mɪsˈrɛndə
 
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verb

[with object] rare
Wrongly represent or interpret: phrases that may be controversial are misrendered or omitted
More example sentences
  • He should stop misrendering our hypothesis.
  • He misquotes and misrenders Marshall so badly one doubts if he ever finished reading Marshall's Principles.
  • The database misrenders names of some Latin Americans.

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