One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I do not think that I misapprehend your meaning’
misunderstand, misinterpret, put a wrong interpretation on, misconstrue, misconceive, mistake, misread, miss, confuse, confound, take amiss
miscalculate, err, be mistaken, get the wrong idea, get it wrong, get someone wrong, take something the wrong way, receive a false impression, be under a delusion, get the wrong end of the stick, get hold of the wrong end of the stick, be at cross purposes
informal be barking up the wrong tree
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