|impolitely, improperly, inappropriately||indecorously|
|(Pathology) disease caused by infection with the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii (generally caused by eating improperly cooked meat or contact with cat feces)||toxoplasmosis|
|abuse somebody or something, treat improperly||mistreat|
|abuser, one who treats improperly, one who handles roughly||maltreater|
|address incorrectly, address inappropriately, address wrongly||misaddress|
|bad adjustment, tune improperly, tune wrong||mistune|
|barely adequate, scanty, sparing, meager, do something improperly, not provide with enough, save, economize, be frugal; use or provide sparingly, use too little of something||skimp|
|be involved in something, behave foolishly or improperly, have an affair, keep doing something||carry on|
|be naughty and troublesome, behave improperly, act wildly, not function properly||misbehave|
|boldly, impolitely, crudely, in a discourteous manner; simply, in a primitive manner||rudely|
|cited improperly, quoted wrong||misquoted|
|classified improperly, arranged incorrectly||misclassified|
|classify improperly, sort wrong||misclassify|
|classify incorrectly, sort improperly||missort|
|copy wrong, duplicate improperly, wrong copy, erroneous duplication||miscopy|
|cruel treatment, improper usage; abuse, misusage, treat somebody cruelly, use improperly; exploit; abuse, use something wrongly, wrong use||misuse|
|deal cards wrongly, improper distribution of the cards in a game of cards, improperly distribute cards in a card game, deal wrong, mistake in dealing cards||misdeal|
|deal with badly or improperly; act cruelly, deal with incompetently, treat roughly||mishandle|
|disgracefully, shamefully; offensively, insultingly; improperly, indecently||opprobriously|
|disrespectfully, rudely, impudently; in an irrelevant manner; inappropriately||impertinently|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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