verb (used with or without object), mis·trans·lat·ed, mis·trans·lat·ing.
Origin of mistranslate
Examples from the Web for mistranslation
Contemporary Examples of mistranslation
In that case, there was indeed a mistranslation, though the actual rendering was only slightly less noxious than the errant one.
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.New Words For A New War
November 19, 2012
Historical Examples of mistranslation
But the fact is—this word vow is a mistranslation: the proper word should have been oath.Not Paul, But Jesus
They say it is a mistranslation; that poisoners are meant, and not witches.Bible Studies
Joseph M. Wheeler
This so-called prophecy, like the preceding, is a mistranslation.
The passage as it appears in our version of the Old Testament is itself a mistranslation.
We have noticed only one mistranslation, and that is one which is wholly indefensible.