• enPR: mĭsʹprĭnt, IPA: /ˈmɪspɹɪnt/
    • enPR: mĭs-prĭntʹ, IPA: /mɪsˈpɹɪnt/

misprint (plural misprints)

  1. An accidental mistake in print.
    When I wrote to you saying "You're going to catch a cod if you spend all night fishing", there was a misprint. I meant to say "You're going to catch a cold."
Synonyms Verb

misprint (misprints, present participle misprinting; past and past participle misprinted)

  1. To make a misprint.
    I misprinted his name on the invitation. He's called James, not Jambes.

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