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error /ˈerə $ ˈerər/ noun


لغزش ، اشتباه ، غلط ، سهو ، خطا ، عقیده نادرست ، تقصیر ، کامپیوتر: اشتباه ، عمران: اشتباه ، معماری: خطا ، قانون ـ فقه: خطا ، اشتباه ، شیمی: خطا ، روانشناسی: خطا ، بازرگانی: اشتباه ، علوم هوایی: خطا ، علوم نظامی: خطای تیراندازی انحراف گلوله از مسیر
مهندسی صنایع: خطا ، اشتباه الکترونیک: خطا ، اشتباه ، کامپیوتر: خطا ، شیمی: اشتباه ، خطا ، فقهی: سهو ، اشتباه ، حقوق: خطا ، هواپیمایی: خطا ، معماری: اشتباه ، خطا ، خطای تیراندازی انحراف گلوله از مسیر ، علوم نظامی: خطا ، اشتباه ، عمران: خطا ، روانشناسی: خطا ، اشتباه ، اقتصاد: لغزش ، اشتباه ، غلط، سهو، خطا، عقیده نادرست ، تقصیر کامپیوتر: اشتباه ، خطا پزشکی: خطا

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

error
[noun]
Synonyms: mistake, bloomer (Brit. informal), blunder, howler (informal), miscalculation, oversight, slip, solecism
Related Words: inaccuracy, miscalculation, miscomputation, oversight, slip, fault, misdoing, misjudgment, stumble, boo-boo, botch, fumble, muff, howler, screamer, impropriety, indecorum, misreading, misunderstanding, delusion, illusion
English Thesaurus: mistake, error, misprint, typo, inaccuracy, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

error S3 W2 AC /ˈerə $ ˈerər/ noun
[Word Family: noun: error; adjective: erroneous]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: errour, from Latin error, from errare; err]

1. [uncountable and countable] a mistake
error in
There must be an error in our calculations.

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Error is rather formal and is mainly used when talking about computers or in some fixed expressions such as human error. In everyday English, people usually use mistake:
There must be a mistake somewhere.

2. [countable] a mistake when you are working on a computer, which means that the computer program cannot do what you want it to do:
an error message

3. error of judgement a mistake in the way that you examine a situation and decide what to do:
The decision to expand the company was an error of judgement.

4. be in error to have made a mistake, especially when making an official decision:
The doctor has admitted that he was in error.

5. do something in error if you do something in error, you do it by mistake:
The wrong man was arrested in error.

6. see the error of your ways literary to realize that you have been behaving badly and decide to stop
trial and error at trial1(4)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

error
noun
ADJ. fundamental, glaring, grave, great, major, monumental, serious The report contained some glaring errors.
fatal He made the fatal error of borrowing more than he could pay back.
minor, small | embarrassing, unfortunate | past The ability to learn from past errors is vital in business.
common | grammatical, spelling, typing | factual | tactical The Kenyan athlete made a tactical error in starting too fast.
administrative, clerical | human, pilot The plane crash was caused by human error, not mechanical failure.
VERB + ERROR commit, make He had committed a grave error in letting them see the document. She made several serious errors during the race.
contain The document contained a lot of typing errors.
detect, discover, find, spot I found several factual errors in the report.
point out The error was pointed out to her by one of her colleagues.
realize I only realized my error when it was too late.
avoid She has avoided the common error of writing too much.
correct, rectify Glasses can correct most errors in your vision.
compound The paper accidentally printed the victim's address, then compounded their error by printing her name the next day.
ERROR + VERB arise (from sth), occur errors arising from inadequate information
ERROR + NOUN detection | correction | message An error message comes up when I try to open the program.
PREP. in ~ The machine had been switched off in error (= by mistake).
~ in He checked his letter for errors in spelling. He realized his error in not attending the funeral.
~ of The speech contained many errors of fact.
PHRASES a comedy of errors His attempts to arrange a party ended up as a comedy of errors.
an error of judgement The minister had made an amazing error of judgement.
a margin of error The margin of error for a racing driver is tiny.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

error

make an error
We made too many errors, and that cost us the game.
commit an error formal (=make an error, especially a serious one )
He knew he had committed a grave error of judgement.
have/contain an error
If the data contains errors, the results will be wrong.
find/spot/notice an error
His accountant spotted several errors in his tax return.
realize your error
By the time she realized her error, it was too late.
correct an error (also rectify an error formal)
We will rectify the error as soon as possible.
avoid errors
He resolved to learn from his mistakes and avoid similar errors in the future.
compound an error (=make it worse)
He refused to listen to our advice, which compounded the error.
an error arises/occurs formal (=happens)
If an error occurs, you will have two more chances to re-enter your password.
a common error
a common error which students often make when writing essays
a serious/bad error
The police made a serious error, which resulted in a young man’s death.
a small/minor error
The letter contained some minor spelling errors.
a glaring error (=very bad and very noticeable)
There is a glaring error on page 10, where his date of death is given as 2053, not 1003.
a huge/monumental error (=very serious)
It was a monumental error to attack from the north.
a grave error (=extremely serious, with serious results)
He has committed a grave error.
a fatal error (=extremely serious, so that you are certain to fail)
Telling your staff they are not important is a fatal error.
an unfortunate error
An unfortunate error resulted in confidential information being released to the press.
a grammatical/spelling/typing error
You lose marks if your paper contains spelling errors.
a clerical/administrative error
The applications forms were sent to the wrong addresses due to a clerical error.
a factual error (=which includes a fact that is wrong)
The article contains many factual errors.
a tactical error (=one that may cause a plan to fail)
Both parties have made tactical errors in the run-up to the election.
a random error (=one that is not like others or part of a pattern)
This may seem like a random error, but in fact it is repeated once in every 5,000 samples.
human error (=errors made by people)
Automatic checks reduce the danger of human error.
computer error
An on-board computer error meant that the plane’s systems shut down for a few vital seconds.
pilot/driver error
Investigators believe the crash was caused by pilot error.
sb’s past errors formal
If we fail to learn from our past errors, we are doomed to repeat them.
a margin of error (=the degree to which a calculation might be wrong)
We have to allow for a small margin of error in the calculations.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

error
ˈerə
See: trial and error

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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