- v.误解，曲解( misinterpret的过去式和过去分词 )
Their interpretation was faulty — they had misinterpreted things.
The Prince's words had been misinterpreted.
These teachings can be crassly misinterpreted.
His comments were misinterpreted as a criticism of the project.
I realized that what I'd said could be misinterpreted as criticism.
What you mean as a casual remark could be misinterpreted.
Everybody had him focused wrong, and necessarily misinterpreted his performance every time.
Piggy saw the smile and misinterpreted it as friendliness.
It is now inexplicable how that development was misinterpreted.
The rioter misinterpreted the instructions of the police.
She misinterpreted my silence as giving consent.
He misinterpreted her silence as indicating agreement.
Too much eye contact can be misinterpreted as staring.
Sustainable development is often misinterpreted as focusing solely on environmental issues.
Avoid any gossip and be careful that you aren't misinterpreted.