- v.故意对…作错误的报道( misrepresent的过去式和过去分词 )
He felt that the book misrepresented his opinions.
Keynes deliberately misrepresented the views of his opponents.
The newspaper misrepresented what the writer had said.
My conclusions have lately been much misrepresented.
Throughout history, quotes of famous people are often misrepresented.
Where did you get these information which were misrepresented?
He says that I have misrepresented his views in my pamphlet.
Arminius is misrepresented as teaching the absolute freedom of the will.
Arminius is misrepresented concerning total depravity.
Arminius is misrepresented as teaching a works salvation.
The newspaper misrepresented what I had said.
The argument of the function was misrepresented.
In another class of models, risk is misrepresented.
Information was deliberately falsified, misrepresented, or touched up.
Unfortunately, throughout the centuries the Church had misrepresented and misinterpreted the teachings of the Avatar.
1. having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented;
"many of the facts seemed twisted out of any semblance to reality"
"a perverted translation of the poem"