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a misconception: a misunderstanding, an error, a wrong idea
It is a common misconception that Frankenstein is the name of the monster, but it is actually the name of the creator.
- "In any case, I think you have a misconception that publicity and helping the environment are mutually exclusive!"
- "Philip : There are many misconceptions about international outsourcing."
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