Scalise offered his contrition that he had made a mistake and apologized for appearing before a group some 12 years ago. Make no mistake : The technology exists—has existed for a long while—to stop this from happening. I made the mistake of promising one group of guys they could ask me anything if they answered my questions. And make no mistake ; they were backed up by sincere religious beliefs. It is only when he is interfered with by European dictation that he ever vulgarizes his art or makes a mistake.
The noun, which replaced earlier mistaking , is derived from the verb. Borrowed from English mistake. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. To make an error. The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. Categories : English terms inherited from Middle English English terms derived from Middle English English terms borrowed from Old Norse English terms derived from Old Norse English words prefixed with mis- English 2-syllable words English terms with IPA pronunciation English terms with audio links English lemmas English verbs English transitive verbs English terms with obsolete senses English intransitive verbs English terms with rare senses English nouns English countable nouns en:Baseball English basic words English irregular verbs French terms borrowed from English French terms derived from English French lemmas French nouns French masculine nouns French countable nouns Louisiana French. Namespaces Entry Discussion. Views Read Edit History.
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