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MIS British & World English

Management information systems

mis-2 British & World English

Occurring in a few words adopted from French expressing a sense with negative force

mis-1 British & World English

(Added to verbs and their derivatives) wrongly

management information system British & World English

A computerized information-processing system designed to support the activities of company or organizational management

mis-sell British & World English

Sell (something) to a customer on the basis of misleading advice

mishear British & World English

Fail to hear (a person or their words) correctly

mishit British & World English

(In various sports) hit or kick (a ball) badly or in the wrong direction

miskick British & World English

Kick (a ball) badly or wrongly

misstep British & World English

A clumsy or badly judged step

mistime British & World English

Choose a bad or inappropriate moment to do or say (something)

mistype British & World English

Make a mistake in typing (a word or letter)

misshape British & World English

A misshapen chocolate or other item of food, sold cheaply

misspeak British & World English

Express oneself in an insufficiently clear or accurate way

misspell British & World English

Spell (a word) wrongly

misspend British & World English

Spend (one’s time or money) foolishly, wrongly, or wastefully

misstate British & World English

Make wrong or inaccurate statements about

mistimed British & World English

Done at an inappropriate moment; badly timed

misaligned British & World English

Having an incorrect position or alignment

misdelivery British & World English

Delivery to the wrong person or at the wrong time

misestimate British & World English

Make an incorrect estimate of

misgender British & World English

Refer to (someone, especially a transgender person) using a word, especially a pronoun or form of address, that does not correctly reflect the gender with which they identify

misremember British & World English

Remember imperfectly or incorrectly

misshapen British & World English

Not having the normal or natural shape or form

misspelling British & World English

An incorrect spelling of a word

mispronounce British & World English

Pronounce (a word) incorrectly