mislead, misdirect, misguide, lead astray(verb)
lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions
"The pedestrian misdirected the out-of-town driver"
give false or misleading information to
To lead astray, in a false direction.
To deceive by telling lies or otherwise giving a false impression.
To deceptively trick into something wrong.
The preacher elaborated Satan's ways to mislead us into sin
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Kevin Clinesmith deeply regrets having altered the email, it was never Kevin Clinesmith intent to mislead the court or Kevin Clinesmith colleagues as Kevin Clinesmith believed the information Kevin Clinesmith relayed was accurate. But Kevin Clinesmith understands what Kevin Clinesmith did was wrong and accepts responsibility.
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I want you tell your friends and neighbors, I believe with all my heart we can have common-sense gun reform measures that are consistent with the Second Amendment. It's important for people to understand that and hear that, we've had the Brady Bill since '94. I want you to find one person who's had their gun taken away. Just find one for me. ... There is a difference between respecting gun owners and gun owners' constitutional rights to hunt, to collect, to shoot, and going along with the agenda of the gun lobby which represents the gun makers more than they represent the gun owners. And what we have seen in the last few years is a concerted effort to mislead, misinform gun owners by the gun lobby.
The question is whether this conduct considered as a whole was misleading or likely to mislead. I believe it was, the post-market evaluation of all the Ethicon devices was deficient.
To mislead any subject if it deliberately, spreads through suspicious teachers, is not only the poison for the people but also the entire system of society that may cause the outcome of severe consequences.
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- svést, klamatCzech
- in die Irre führen, irreführenGerman
- propiciar equivocarseSpanish
- harhauttaa, vedättää, vietellä, johtaa harhaan, viekotellaFinnish
- égarer, induire en erreur, mésinformerFrench
- sviare, truffare, portare sulla cattiva strada, raggirare, ingannare, disinformareItalian
- rūpahu, tuapeka, whakatuapekaMāori
- bedotten, verlokken, misleiden, verleiden, bedriegenDutch
- вводи́ть в заблужде́ние, обману́ть, ввести́ в заблужде́ние, обма́ныватьRussian
- обманути, obmanuti, zavesti, завестиSerbo-Croatian
- vilseleda, förledaSwedish
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