The reference to a mistranslation stems from an incident regarding Iran's former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Hebraists will want to shout "gotcha" at my mistranslation but that will show they haven't been watching the news.
In that case, there was indeed a mistranslation, though the actual rendering was only slightly less noxious than the errant one.
He vainly tries to prove that the words "qui cum eo sunt" must be a mistranslation.
But the fact is—this word vow is a mistranslation: the proper word should have been oath.
Thence he went to his class-room, where Teed achieved some further miracles of mistranslation.
They say it is a mistranslation; that poisoners are meant, and not witches.
We have noticed only one mistranslation, and that is one which is wholly indefensible.
The passage as it appears in our version of the Old Testament is itself a mistranslation.
This appears to be a mistranslation of the French; other translations have it as at least a hundred feet high.