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mislead / engañar
 
mislead   [mɪsˈli:d]
misled   past tense   past participle   -transitive verb
1. (=give wrong idea)   engañar
·I wouldn't like to mislead you
·no quisiera inducirle a error,   no me gustaría que se hiciera una idea equivocada
·I'masculine afraid you have been misled
·me temo que le han dado una idea equivocada
2. (=misdirect)   despistar
3. (=lead into bad ways)   corromper
 
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