Definition of misprint in English:

misprint

noun

Pronunciation /ˈmisprint//ˈmɪsprɪnt/
  • An error in printed text.

    ‘Galway might be a misprint for Galloway’
    • ‘I noticed very few misprints or other mistakes.’
    • ‘The word ‘rotter’ did not appear in my letter, it is either a misprint, or interpretation by the printers.’
    • ‘Yet my scorecard is riddled with misprints.’
    • ‘The editing is splendid except for an inordinate number of misprints, especially in proper names and in foreign words.’
    • ‘The proof of this result is correct, but this is one of two places in the book where there are undefined terms and confusing misprints.’
    • ‘Some computer-set examples are badly spaced, and examples taken from published editions have not been checked for obvious misprints.’
    • ‘A number of misprints and proof reading errors are present which could have been avoided.’
    • ‘Most of the misprints involve missing auxiliary symbols.’
    • ‘Publishers seem more alive to comments about misprints, price and design than they are to the scholarly purposes served by reviews.’
    • ‘A small observation: I did not detect any misprints.’
    • ‘The coded form of instructions for the developmental process is, like the written word, subject to misprints when it is reproduced.’
    • ‘Some are full of misprints, errors and inappropriacies; others can stand comparison with imported texts.’
    • ‘Their copyist also annotated the printed pages of the partbooks in a neat, careful hand, correcting some of its many misprints.’
    • ‘The book itself is handsomely presented, but surprisingly for a BBC publication, contains quite a few misprints and typos.’
    • ‘In that case, however, there are misprints in his entries 10 and 13.’
    • ‘I used to be able to read the Guardian and not spot the misprints.’
    • ‘The present bibliography intends to provide a comprehensive reference guide to the publications dealing with Shakespeare on television, updating and revising misprints and inaccuracies in previous bibliographies.’
    • ‘Sure, White's career stats almost look like a misprint.’
    • ‘The rest of the volume sets out to prove that dictum, invoking misprints and failed corrections as emblems for how people think and how the world makes of itself a kind of accidental sense.’
    mistake, error, printing error, printing mistake, typographical error, typographical mistake, typesetting error, typesetting mistake, keyboarding error, keyboarding mistake, keying error, keying mistake, typing error, typing mistake, corrigendum, erratum
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verb

[WITH OBJECT]
Pronunciation /misˈprint//mɪsˈprɪnt/
  • Print (something) incorrectly.

    • ‘Sounds like you've got a misprinted edition, with a repeated signature in it.’
    • ‘I actually had not planned on seeing this movie until today, but a misprinted movie schedule led me astray with tales of Sunday afternoon French movies.’
    • ‘The address listed for the restaurant Le Club Sandwich was misprinted.’
    • ‘In the reviews of Studia Fennica Folkloristica no.s 2 and 3 in the 1999 issue of Folklore, the Finnish word runo was misprinted as rung.’
    • ‘It was misprinted on some that were sent out, so it was correct.’
    • ‘On August 28 he complained to Guardian reporter, ‘You guys misprinted me.’’
    • ‘That misprinted movie name is in hundreds of thousands of copies of The Great Unraveling; it will linger forever in the minds of many people who, like us journalists, don't know that there's an error to look for.’
    • ‘The West Yorkshire-based group said the number had been misprinted by a single digit because of a human error, which it noticed only after being contacted by a customer.’
    • ‘Certainly, the exams didn't look to be getting off to the best start, when the first person noticed that the rubric was misprinted as ‘Answer all 5 questions’.’
    • ‘According to the Michigan Secretary of State, the misprinted ballot was confined to a single precinct in the city of Alma and was sent to only 69 voters.’
    • ‘In the meantime, the title of the film comes from the prize that is up for grabs - rare, misprinted stamps from the Weimar Republic called ‘Nine Queens.’’
    • ‘One of the papers had misprinted our daughter Dori's name, Isadora, as Aishwarya.’
    • ‘The misprinted 1918 ‘Jenny’ stamp was bought by an anonymous collector.’
    • ‘Anybody who says this is obviously a telemarketer, because they've read my misprinted name in the phone book.’
    • ‘The misprinting of two figures on a diagram rendered one of the six questions in the maths exam impossible to answer.’
    • ‘Ballot papers were misprinted, or had errors in, and then had to be reprinted, checked, and distributed (or in some cases re-distributed) all to a strict deadline.’
    • ‘Yes, five poems in a row are misprinted.’
    • ‘Some idiot, either by accident or with purpose, had misprinted it.’
    • ‘News of the maddening: the AIGA misprinted my book cover in the 2004 design annual.’
    • ‘The phone number for information and ordering was misprinted.’

Pronunciation

misprint

Noun/ˈmɪsprɪnt/

misprint

Verb/mɪsˈprɪnt/