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error / mistake / CL: 個|个 / mistaken / false / wrong
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surname Cuo
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mistake / wrong / bad / interlocking / complex / to grind / to polish / to alternate / to stagger / to miss / to let slip / to evade / to inlay with gold or silver
correct / right / not bad / pretty good
to correct an error
to make a mistake / error
to miss (train, opportunity etc)
that's right / sure! / rest assured! / that's good / can't go wrong
misconception / illusion / misperception
incorrectly written or mispronounced characters
to crisscross / to intertwine
to misplace / displacement (e.g. of broken bones) / out of alignment / faulty contact / erroneous judgment / inversion (medical, e.g. breach delivery)
to correct an error
mistake / slip-up / fault / error (in data transmission) / accident / mishap
to make an error
fault / mistake / to miss (a chance)
mistake / fault / responsibility (for a fault)
to err / to get sth wrong / to miscalculate / to misunderstand
to err / to make a mistake / to do the wrong thing
mistake / to make a mistake / to blunder / mistaken
to admit an error / to acknowledge one's mistake
in disorder / deranged (mentally)
(idiom) due to an unexpected turn of events
to misinterpret what one sees or reads / to misjudge (sb) / to mistake (sb for sb else) / to misread (a document)
incorrect character / typo (in Chinese text)
to err / to dial a wrong number / to make a typo
error and negligence
error message (computing)
tangled and complicated (idiom)
misplaced kindness / humble term: I do not deserve your many kindnesses.
to stagger usage to ameliorate peak load
to go the wrong way / to take the wrong (road, exit etc)
split-level (home)
troubleshooting / debugging / to debug / erratum / to arrange in incorrect sequence
to stagger (times)
run-time error (in computing)
Namtso or Lake Nam (officially Nam Co), mountain lake at Nakchu in central Tibet
in picturesque disorder (idiom); irregular arrangement with charming effect
criss-crossed (idiom)
strewn at random / disorderly / untidy / irregular / uneven
to mishear
to misspell / to piece together incorrectly
to misuse / to misapply
to be gravely mistaken (idiom)
spelling mistake / written error
to give right of way to another vehicle
(abbr. for 嘗試錯誤|尝试错误) trial and error / failure
misinterpretation / mistaken explanation
to astonish / startled
to blame sb wrongly
a misjudged legal case / a miscarriage (of justice)
logical error
to stagger (holidays, working hours etc)
Cona county, Tibetan: Mtsho sna rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet
to repeat errors / to continue blundering / to make continuous mistakes
intricate / complicated / tangled / involved / to synthesize
mistake / slip-up / by accident
segmentation fault
lit. if it's wrong, it's wrong (idiom); to make the best after a mistake / to accept an error and adapt to it / to muddle through
puzzled / surprised and nonplussed
(idiom) due to an unexpected turn of events
unjust, fake and false charges (in a legal case)
rushed work leads to errors (idiom)
to recognize one's mistakes and be able to reform oneself (idiom)
to make a serious mistake (idiom)
mixed / jumbled
twisted roots and intertwined joints (idiom); complicated and very tricky / knotty and deeply-rooted difficulties
(lit.) to have taken the wrong medicine / (fig.) (of one's behavior etc) different than usual / abnormal
wine goblets and gambling chips lie intertwined / to drink and gamble together in a large group (idiom) / a big (drinking) party
Cona county, Tibetan: Mtsho sna rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet
optical illusion
to move relative to one another
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
to mispronounce
men fear getting into the wrong line of business, women fear marrying the wrong man (proverb)
optical illusion / trick of the eye / parablepsia
mistake of pronunciation
seafood delicacy
uneven and jumbled (idiom); irregular and disorderly / in a tangled mess
alternate angles (where one line meets two parallel lines)
intertwined (of tree roots or branches) / fig. an intricate matter
missense mutation
disorderly and uneven (idiom); irregular and disorderly
rarities from the mountain and the sea (idiom); fig. a sumptuous spread of food delicacies
many and varied
having elements from another time or place
lit. shoes and slippers muddled together (idiom); fig. many guests come and go / a lively party
illusory conjunction
sense of being in another time and place / feeling that one has entered a time warp
outer alternate angles (where one line meets two parallel lines)
(computing) glitch / bug
phonological error

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