Translation: from spanish

it must be a mistake

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  • there must be some mistake — spoken phrase used for saying that you think something is not correct or that you are being wrongly accused of something Thesaurus: ways of emphasizing that something is not true or likelysynonym Main entry: mistake …   Useful english dictionary

  • there must be some mistake — spoken used for saying that you think something is not correct or that you are being wrongly accused of something …   English dictionary

  • mistake — mis|take1 W2S2 [mıˈsteık] n 1.) something that has been done in the wrong way, or an opinion or statement that is incorrect →↑error mistake in ▪ We may have made a mistake in our calculations. ▪ a mistake in the law ▪ Ivan s work is always full… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • mistake — 1 /mi steIk/ noun (C) 1 INCORRECT ACTION/OPINION ETC something that has been done incorrectly, or an opinion or statement that is incorrect: Hitting the ball too hard in golf is a typical beginner s mistake. | make a mistake: I think you ve made… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • mistake — mis|take1 [ mı steık ] noun count *** 1. ) something that you have not done correctly, or something you say or think that is not correct: make a mistake: I won t make the same mistake again! Don t worry, it s an easy mistake to make. correct a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mistake — I UK [mɪˈsteɪk] / US noun [countable] Word forms mistake : singular mistake plural mistakes *** Metaphor: Making a mistake is like falling over, or like being clumsy and dropping things. She stumbled over the speech. ♦ You tripped up there: what… …   English dictionary

  • mistake — [[t]mɪste͟ɪk[/t]] ♦♦ mistakes, mistaking, mistook, mistaken 1) N COUNT: oft N of ing, also by N 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… …   English dictionary

  • must — must1 [ weak məst, strong mʌst ] modal verb *** Must is usually followed by an infinitive without to : You must stop at the red light. Sometimes must is used without a following infinitive: We will act alone if we must. Must does not change its… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • must — I strong UK [mʌst] / US weak UK [məst] / US modal verb *** Summary: Must is usually followed by an infinitive without to : You must stop at the red light. Sometimes must is used without a following infinitive: We will act alone if we must. Must… …   English dictionary

  • must — I [[t]mʌst[/t]] aux. v. and v. pres. sing. and pl. 1st 2nd pers. and 3rd pers. must, 1) fun (used to express obligation or imperative requirement): I must keep my promise. We really must go now[/ex] 2) fun (used to express requirement or… …   From formal English to slang

  • mistake — mis·take n 1: an unintentional error esp. in legal procedure or form that does not indicate bad faith and that commonly warrants excuse or relief by the court the court s power to revise a judgment because of fraud, mistake, or irregularity a… …   Law dictionary


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