mislead
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mislead
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to deceive)
a. engañar
I'm sure it wasn't that employee's intent to mislead you about our return policy.Estoy segura de que no fue la intención de ese empleado engañarlo sobre nuestra política de devoluciones.
b. inducir a error
The judge warned the lawyer about not trying to mislead the court.El juez le advirtió al abogado que no tratara de inducir a error a la corte.
c. hacer creer
The salesman misled us into believing we'd have a free dinner when it was really a sales pitch.El vendedor nos hizo creer que tendríamos una cena gratis cuando en realidad era un discurso de venta.
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mislead
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (general)
a. engañar
they misled him into thinking that…le hicieron creer que…
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mislead [mɪsˈliːd] misled (past)
transitive verb
1 (give wrong idea) engañar
I wouldn't like to mislead you no quisiera inducirle a error; no me gustaría que se hiciera una idea equivocada; I'm afraid you have been misled me temo que le han dado una idea equivocada
2 (misdirect) despistar
3 (lead into bad ways) corromper
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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