Misrepresentation, perversion, falsification, misquotation, garbling, exaggeration 549, false colouring, abuse of terms, parody, travesty, misstatement, etc. 544.

    (Verbs). To misinterpret, misapprehend, misunderstand, misconceive, misdeem, misspell, mistranslate, misconctrue, misapply, mistake 495.

    To misstate, etc. 544; to pervert, falsify, distort, torture, travesty, stretch, strain, wring, or wrest the sense or meaning; to put a bad or false construction on; to misquote, garble, belie, explain away.

    (Phrases). To make neither head nor tail of; to play at cross-purposes; to put a false construction on.

    (Adjectives). Misinterpreted, etc., untranslated, untranslatable.

    (Phrase). Traduttori traditori.

  1. Interpreter (Substantives), expositor, exponent, demonstrator, scholiast, commentator, palèographer, spokesman, speaker, mouthpiece, guide, dragoman, cicerone, trucheman, oneirocritic; Œdipus 513.

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