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自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT 错误;过失 If you make a mistake, you do something which you did not intend to do, or which produces a result that you do not want.
They made the big mistake of thinking they could seize its border with a relatively small force...
I think it's a serious mistake to confuse books with life...
N-COUNT 不正确的事;错事 A mistake is something or part of something which is incorrect or not right.
Her mother sighed and rubbed out another mistake in the crossword puzzle.
VERB 搞错;把…误认为；把…错当成 If you mistake one person or thing for another, you wrongly think that they are the other person or thing.
I mistook you for Carlos...
When hay fever first occurs it is often mistaken for a summer cold.
VERB 认错；误解;搞错;误会 If you mistake something, you fail to recognize or understand it.
The government completely mistook the feeling of the country...
No one should mistake how serious the issue is.
PHRASE 绝不可能搞错 You can say there is no mistaking something when you are emphasizing that you cannot fail to recognize or understand it.
There's no mistaking the eastern flavour of the food...
There was no mistaking Magda's sincerity, or her pain.